Another Florida Arrest

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  1. TexasTigers

    TexasTigers Are You With Me ?

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    Becoming so common place doesn't even make news anymore.

    I guess Urban doesn't get credit for this one...
    to bad, Urban's team police record was second to none.

    [ame="http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/news/story?id=6054615"]Janoris Jenkins of Florida Gators arrested on marijuana charge - ESPN[/ame]
     
  2. LaSalleAve

    LaSalleAve when in doubt, mumble

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    He got caught with some weed, gotta keep it in your apartment kid.
     
  3. OkieTigerTK

    OkieTigerTK Tornado Alley

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    two ou players were also arrested a few days ago. one for misdemeanor dui, and one for "suspicion of interference with the official process". ok.
     
  4. Bayou Bengal11

    Bayou Bengal11 ~Orlando Tiger Coonass~

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    Urban's recruit and been under Urban for 3-4 years...Urban gets a majority of the credit for this one as well. WM hasnt even had a chance to "clean house" yet (if that is even in the plans)
     
  5. watson1880

    watson1880 Founding Member

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    I thought players were tested about two times a year with known tests and another randon test. If the previous statement is true, what does the drug test actually test for, only PEDs? I'll surf a bit to see if I can find the test policy.


    Update...
    18 football players are selected for testing at least once a year before, during or after the season and the atheltic department is notified no earlier than 2 days before testing. Additionally, testing is possible before, during and after a championship/bowl game. The penality for a postive test of recreational drugs is set by the school.

    FanHouse Report: BCS Football Program Drug Policies Revealed -- NCAAFB FanHouse

    SOUTHEASTERN
    Alabama:
    (1) none; (2) 15 percent of games; (3) one year; (4) dismissal.
    Arkansas: (1) none; (2) 10 percent of games; (3) 50 percent of games; (4) dismissal.
    Auburn: (1) none; (2) 50 percent of games; (3) dismissal.
    Florida: (1) none; (2) 10 percent of games; (3) 20 percent of games; (4) 50 percent of games; (5) dismissal.
    Georgia: (1) 10 percent of games; (2) 50 percent of games; (3) dismissal.
    Kentucky: (1) 10 percent of games; (2) 50 percent of games; (3) dismissal.
    LSU: (1) none; (2) 15 percent of games; (3) one year.
    Ole Miss: (1) none; (2) none; (3) three games.
    Mississippi State: (1) none; (2) 50 percent of games; (3) one year; (4) dismissal.
    South Carolina: (1) none; (2) 25 percent of games; (3) dismissal.
    Tennessee: (1) none; (2) 10 percent of games; (3) dismissal.
     
  6. OkieTigerTK

    OkieTigerTK Tornado Alley

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    I see ole miss takes a tough stand. :rolleye33:
     
  7. SyrTiger

    SyrTiger ooo yea thats hot

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    It looks like Florida expects him to get caught twice more before they have to worry about it.
     
  8. LaSalleAve

    LaSalleAve when in doubt, mumble

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    This may not be the 2nd time he has been in trouble for drugs, but it's the 2nd time he has been in trouble. Maybe that's why he didn't enter the draft, he knew some drug tests were looming.
     
  9. watson1880

    watson1880 Founding Member

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    I bet there is 100% chance he gets tested this year.
     

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