Former LSU QB Marcus Randall is out of a job as of Tuesday, as he was fired by Southern Lab High School in Baton Rouge for a series of violations.

According to WBRZ.com, an investigation by the Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) revealed broken recruiting rules and football players receiving special benefits.

The report says that Randall’s firing is just the start of Southern Lab’s punishment for these violations:

“Southern Lab will be sanctioned, officials said, going forward,” the report reads. “In addition to a $5,000 fine and post-season suspensions, the team will lose its two state championship titles from 2015 and 2016.”

Randall is also banned from the LHSAA for two years. He played for LSU from 2001 to 2004.

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