Baylor Football Players Fall Asleep at Taco Bell Drive-Thru at 2 AM, Cops Find Weed in Car

You’d think a couple of college students would be smarter than that. Either you’re so hungry you can at least stay awake until you fast food is ready, or don’t bother getting in the car to go get it when you’re–allegedly–high. Otherwise, well, you’ll end up like a couple of Baylor University football players who are now suspended from the team after taking a nap in their car in the wrong place.

Dude! Here’s more from the Houston Chronicle:

Two Baylor football players, including one of its top receivers, have been cited on misdemeanor marijuana possession charges.  Sophomore receivers Josh Gordon, a Houston native (Lamar High) and Willie Jefferson of Beaumont (Ozen) were free on their own recognizance after their arrests Sunday, said Sgt. Melvin Roseborough, Waco police spokesman.  In a statement issued Thursday, Roseborough said officers were called just after 2 a.m. Sunday to a Taco Bell near the Baylor University campus and arrived to find a a man passed out in the driver’s seat of a car in the drive-through lane.

Roseborough identified the driver as Jefferson, with Gordon as Jefferson’s passenger. The officers reported finding a small plastic bag of marijuana on the center console of the vehicle and more bags of pot in the floorboard of the driver’s seat.