LSU associate AD Miriam Segar, who was named in the recent Husch Blackwell report and was subsequently suspended for 21 days, was requested to speak in front of the Louisiana Senate Select Committee on Women and Children on April 8.

In lieu of that, Segar’s attorney, Mary Olive Pierson, sent a letter to the committee.

As you can see below, the letter from Segar’s attorney was worded quite strongly, ripping the Husch Blackwell report:

What happens after the committee meets on Thursday remains to be seen. Coach Ed Orgeron also submitted a letter in lieu of a public appearance.

We’ll see what comes of this as the Husch Blackwell report continues to cause waves in the college athletics community.

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