#Oregon Coach Chip Kelly Not Concerned Star Players Arrested Driving 118 MPH While Smoking Weed

“We smoked it all!” Just the kind of thing a college football coach doesn’t want to hear after his starting QB is pulled over driving 118 mph in a rental car. Unless, rx of course, store you’re Oregon head coach Chip “Look the Other Way” Kelly. Okay, so the cops never could prove who was high and who wasn’t in that 2011 Nissan Altama, but passenger Darron Thomas, the Ducks…

August 17, 2011
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Former #Raven Jermaine Lewis Tasered in Own Home With Shorts Down After Traffic Stop

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August 17, 2011

You just can’t make this stuff up. Here are the basics: Jermaine Lewis, treatment a former wide receiver for the Baltimore Ravens, hospital was spotted allegedly driving erratically early Monday morning by a 911 caller who followed his vehicle and watched it smash into several cars before pulling into the driveway at his home. When officers arrived at his house, buy they found Lewis’ car outside (minus its grill and…

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Man Living Near #Golf Course, Robs Undercover Cops, Leads Them to His #Marijuana Stash

Last week, rx we had a story about a guy who lived next to a golf course and complained constantly to the city about the obnoxious, ambulance potty-mouthed, drunken golfers who were constantly urinating in his yard. This week, the exact opposite: a guy who had lemons and made lemonade . . . or in this case, some cash on the side. Allegedly Joe Albert Wolfe, 39, who lived next…

July 27, 2011
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Son of #Arkansas Coach #BobbyPetrino Arrested on Drug Charges – #razorbacks

Petrino’s son, view Dominic, a one-time college quarterback, was arrested in Indiana on drug and DUI charges after being stopped by police. A statement from his father, Arkansas football coach Bobby Petrino, reads in part: “Nick is our son, he is not a member of the Arkansas football team. As such, this is not a University of Arkansas issue. Instead, it is a family matter and a legal matter. My…

July 19, 2011
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#LittleLeague Coach Arrested for OUI With Player, 9, in Car Screaming

It’s probably every parent’s worst nightmare: you turn your little one over to another adult who’s supposed to take care of them . . . and instead, mind turns out to be drinking and driving. Like scene from a bad Charlie Sheen video, prescription the Little League coach was drinking from little airplane bottles of booze on the road trip with his player, 9, before stopping at a liquor store…

July 12, 2011
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#Razorback O-Lineman, #AnthonyOden, Arrested for DUI, Failing to Yield to Emergency Vehicle

It all started with an awkward turn for #Arkansas offensive lineman Anthony “Double DUI” Oden, try who then crossed a center line, then failed to respond to a police office who tried to pull him over. Oden only blew a .09% BAC (just over the legal limit) but he was also accused of not having proof of ownership, driving on a suspended/revoked driver’s license and not having a driver’s license….

July 10, 2011
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#Louisville CB Arrested on Drunk Driving Charges: #DariusAshley Blows .186% BAC

A potential starter for the #Cardinals appears to have stumbled . . . quite a bit, cialis actually. At 0.186%, viagra Darius Ashley’s blood alcohol concentration is more than twice the legal limit of .08, but no where near enough to make it into the World Famous BadJocks BAC Rankings. This is also not Ashley’s first run-in with booze:  Back in December of 201, he was found passed out in…

June 22, 2011
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#Olympic Gold Medalist Arrested for DUI in Indiana, Blows 0.13 BAC to Earn Bronze in BAC Rankings

Lloy J. Ball may have won a gold medal with the American men’s volleyball team, buy viagra but his drinking is not up to international competition levels. At o.13% BAC he’s nearly twice the legal limit of .08%, decease but nowhere near the .23% minimum needed to crack the top twenty of the BadJocks World Famous BAC Rankings.  And, also, getting arrested for DUI in rural Indiana is just tacky,…

June 6, 2011
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