In today's world, it doesn't feel like you're a major college football program unless you have players getting in trouble with the law.

Especially in the SEC (looking at you Alabama).

But LSU has had a pretty quiet off-season with players and their off-field issues. In fact, through the end of June, LSU was one of the 5 SEC football programs without a single arrest in 2016.

However you can't say that anymore. Here's the story from the Louisiana Radio Network:

"Former St. Thomas More standout and walk-on punter for LSU, Bailey Raborn, was arrested in Lafayette for suspicion of driving a vehicle while impaired and careless operation, according to authorities. Coach Les Miles says he’s aware of what happened and is trying to gather more information."