Zach Mettenberger Had Gun Pulled On Him During Fight, According To Report

According to a report, former Georgia QB Zach Mettenberger had a gun pulled on him while pretty much minding his own business.

Jordan Jefferson's alleged role in a bar fight last week would appear to put former Georgia Bulldogs QB Zach Mettenberger in line for the LSU Tigers starting spot. That's not the way anybody wants to earn a starter's role, but assuming Jefferson is arrested -- and it sounds ever more likely that he will be -- it's an opportunity.

But, man, has it been a turbulent summer for LSU quarterbacks.

According to The Advocate, Mettenberger had a gun pointed at him while trying to break up a campus apartment parking lot fight on June 5. Teammate Sam Montgomery reportedly got into it with men named Robert Davis and Marcus Adams, who seem to have been looking for a little trouble, leading Montgomery or somebody else to provide said trouble.

According to the report, Montgomery and Davis began to scrap, leading Adams to draw a gun. Mettenberger spoke up in defense of his teammate, at which point the weapon reportedly turned his way.

To be clear: according to the story, Mettenberger did nothing wrong and only attempted to dial down hostilities. He's not under suspicion here. 

But geez, Baton Rouge.

For more LSU football, head to And The Valley Shook.

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