LSU running back Leonard Fournette knows a thing or two about how bad it can be when a city is flooded. Fournette lived in New Orleans at the time of Hurricane Katrina 10 years ago.
After LSU defeated South Carolina 45-24 in a game that was moved to Tiger Stadium because of flooding in South Carolina, Fournette offered to donate his game jersey for South Carolina flood relief.
Fournette said after the game he was told that he can't donate the jersey because it is against NCAA rules, but NCAA has since said that it will allow him to donate his jersey for flood victims.
Leonard Fournette can auction his jersey for SC flood victims.— NCAA (@NCAA) October 11, 2015