LSU AD Alleva to Transition Amid Controversy

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LSU on Wednesday announced that vice chancellor and athletic director Joe Alleva will be transitioning to a new role at the school.

According to LSU’s website, Alleva will assume the role of special assistant to the president for donor relations, but many characterized the move as retirement for Alleva, who is 65 years old.

"The eleven years Annie and I have been here in Baton Rouge have been some of the best in our lives," Alleva said, according to the release. "We have made lifelong friends and memories in Louisiana. This is truly a special place. It's been an honor to serve LSU, and I am proud to continue to do that in a new role."

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