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|LSU fattens wallets of coaches|
While state legislators are taking a wicked knife to universities across the state, LSU's athletics program is looking to fatten the wallet of some of its coaches.
But it must be noted that according to a study by USA Today, LSU is one of only two universities in the nation that uses no state financial support to fund its athletics program.
In fact, the LSU Athletic Department annually assists financially with the mission of the University by contributing to academic programs.
LSU Athletics uses no state tax dollars and no student fees.
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For the full column, see Page 1B of this week's Citizen.
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