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LSU holds NWLA satellite camp

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Glenbrook’s Seth Tyler and Parker Christy pose in front of the LSU football equipment truck after LSU’s Bossier City satellite camp at First Baptist’s Freedom Fields. The Press-Herald and other northwest Louisiana media outlets went to the camp, but were denied access for coverage by college officials citing NCAA rules. According to The Advocate, the camp was the first of six scheduled and totaled more than 400 participants. Cost to attend the Bossier camp was $20 as opposed to the on-campus, four-day camp in Baton Rouge, which cost $425.

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