Ryan Perrilloux, the sophomore quarterback who was once a prized recruit but who's made most of his headlines by getting in trouble with the law, was due to report for practice at LSU Friday after head coach Les Miles reinstated him.
I'm almost to the point that I don't care, since I don't believe this guy will ever be a starting QB. Anywhere. Let's see if he takes this arrest as a wake-up call.
Perrilloux has been listed by federal authorities as a person of interest in a counterfeiting probe and was arrested for trying to illegally enter a riverboat casino using his older brother's ID.
Perrilloux attended classes at LSU over the summer and performed community service in an effort to get back in good standing.
Miles said there were steps Perrilloux still had to take to return to full participation and have his suspension lifted, but would not elaborate.
"With the privilege of being on our team comes responsibility," Miles said. "It's been pointed out, and I think he's ready to comply."