The bad news is that Bulldog soccer player Carli Shultis is banned from all eateries on campus for the next year. The good news? We found a picture of her in a bikini! That makes it all better doesn’t it?
No, not really.
And it really doesn’t explain why a 19-year-old young woman would shove a $1.06 worth of hash browns down her pants when she had money elsewhere that could easily pay for them. So . . . was it part of a soccer team hazing? A dare of sorts? A way to heat up her cold loins?
No explanation is forthcoming, but Carli is still on the team and doing her own cooking these days. But it does make you wonder what it a kid from Eagles Landing Christian School, who claims her favorite movie is called “Law Abiding Citizen” was doing with hot, steamy fried potatoes in her underwear. Surely a college student could find a better place to hide them?
(Carly, Karly, schultz)
Georgia’s junior Carlton Thomas was supposed to start at tailback when the Bulldogs open their season against Boise State on September 3rd, but won’t be able to after “violating team rules” during spring practice.
The good news? The ranks of running back are so slim at UGA that the school will let anyone who wants to try out for the position next week. Seriously: anyone. Regardless of whether you are old, young, in-shape or built like a bowling ball made out of Jello. They’re really desperate. Just bring your own helmet and a note from your parents. Who knows, they might eventually put your picture next to Hershel Walker in their hall of fame? (Our sources are telling us that the Weather Channel’s Stephanie Abrams has the inside track on the position right now.)
Sounds like some University of Georgia jocks may have gotten a little extra money from an “unauthorized bank account” controlled by a Columbus, GA parks and recreation program. They’ve notified the NCAA to see if they have some eligibility issues as a result.