The #Longhorns are off to a fast start this season . . . when it comes to off-field arrests.
These former high school teammates went to different schools across the country from one another, but still found a way to bond in the off-season: robbery. Just pulls at your heart strings, doesn’t it?
It all make sense when you think about it: You find a nice bag of golf clubs and balls in a dumpster and you want to try them out, but you don’t have money to go to the driving range (you are dumpster-diving after all). So what’s the next best way to test out your new set of sticks? Start hitting balls over trucks on the highway, of course!
Fall football practice hasn’t even started yet, and already South Carolina has players getting arrested. Under university policy, Edward Muldrow, 18, was immediately suspended from the team for the underage drinking charge. No comment from SC coach Steve “Why Did I Come Out of Retirement for This?” Spurrier.
As the NFL lockout lingers, the list of arrests grows longer.
First, Hines Ward was arrested for DUI, and then the big shocker, Packman Jones was arrested for assault.
Now, we have the Bengals’ Cedric Benson arrested on some kind of domestic violence charge, Marvin White (also from Cincinnati) was arrested for some kind of dispute at his child’s daycare center, and Jerry Hughes of the Cowboys (but maybe headed to the Bengals) arrested for some kind of bar brawl. We predicted earlier in the year that this might happen with an extended lockout: the players have no contract, the NFL has no control over these “civilians” and the Pro Football Player Crime Wave of 2011 will likely continue.
Keep your women and children safe indoors!
Are the #Mountaineers not paying their players enough these days? Apparently, because some rocket scientist named Branko Busick was arrested on armed robbery charges after allegedly pulling a gun on some guy in an apartment complex and demanded money. When the victim said he had none, Busick allegedly hit him with the gun.
If the last name sounds familiar, wrestling fans may remember the boy’s father, Big Bully Busick, a villain from the old WWF days. Below is a video of Big Bully wrestling, but first he takes a few minutes to taunt a young wrestling fan with some balloons. The apple apparently doesn’t fall far from the tree.