LSU fullback Dominique Allen, who played in just one game last season, now faces a college career in jeopardy. On Thursday, the news arrived that the Tigers had officially suspended the Paris, Tenn. native.
When it comes to the eye test, Dominique Allen has become a Tiger favorite. The 270-pound freshman fullback talked about trimming down and more at LSU Media Days.
August 19, 2009
LSU tapped into the Volunteer State and nabbed one of the top fullbacks in the country. Dominique Allen has eight days before he moves to Baton Rouge and he says he's ready to get down to his new home and get down to business.
The Tigers are in need of a fullback, and Dominique Allen said that he can't get there quick enough. The 5-foot-11, 250-pound back will arrive in Baton Rouge at the end of May, which he said marks day one of a bright future with the Bayou Bengals.
With the fullback position running thin on the depth chart, the LSU coaching staff made sure that the 2009 class locked up a bruising back that the Tigers could ride for the next four years. The prospect that the coaches found was Paris, Tennessee-native Dominique Allen, and the future Tiger made an unofficial visit to Baton Rouge this weekend.
January 25, 2009
When Tennessee's football season headed south, a number of Volunteer commitments began looking elsewhere. One of those prospects was Henry County's Dominique Allen, who found a new home with head coach Les Miles and the LSU Tigers.
December 16, 2008
After taking in the Tigers comeback win over Troy, fullback Dominique Allen decided it was time to go public with his college decision.
November 16, 2008