The news that followed LSU’s release of an internal investigation into the football program under Les Miles included the discipline of a pair of administrators.

School officials said there is a 30-day unpaid suspension for assistant AD Verge Ausberry and a 21-day unpaid suspension for assistant AD Miriam Segar. Both are ordered to undergo sexual violence training. Former team captain Blake Ferguson on social media blasted the discipline as “unacceptable” and later added that Segar and Ausberry should be fired.

Miles was investigated after two female student workers in LSU’s football program accused the coach of inappropriate behavior.

Ferguson’s comments are notable since he was a four-year starter, and during both of his football seasons as an MBA student, he served as chair for the SEC Football Leadership Council, which works to create a positive environment for all student-athletes in the SEC, according to an LSU article about him.

Kansas has placed Miles on administrative leave, and the 67-year-old coach has denied allegations he made sexual advances toward students and has said he merely sought to serve as a mentor for students who expressed an interest in pursuing careers in sports.

As part of the investigation, it was revealed that then-athletic director Joe Alleva in 2013 recommended to former LSU President F. King Alexander that Miles be fired with cause. In an email dated June 2013, Alleva wrote Miles was guilty of “insubordination, inappropriate behavior, putting the university, athletic dept (cq) and football program at great risk.”