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Late night munchies: Taco Bell siesta equals charges for Baylor duo

Of the many pieces of sage advice my father bestowed upon me during my formative years, the one that really resonated involved what not to do when seeking a cure for late-night hunger.

“Never, ever pass-out in the drive-through lane of a fast food restaurant at 2 o’clock in the morning.*”

Unfortunately for a pair of Baylor Bears, it appears they were never on the receiving end of such parental wisdom.

Regardless, and according to the Associated Press, sophomore wide receivers Willie Jefferson and Josh Gordon were charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana following an incident early Sunday morning.  Specifically, the dope duo were found passed out at 2 a.m. in the drive-through lane of a campus Taco Bell.

Quite obviously, they had the…

Both Cheech and Chong were released following the arrests on their own recognizance.

Head coach Art Briles is aware of the charges, but had no comment other than to say that he “fails to understand why the hell Taco Bell doesn’t deliver.  There’s a fortune to be made there.**”

(*my dad didn’t actually say that; that’s just %&#! I wish my dad would say, which might make make a helluva twitter feed-turned-TV sitcom now that I think of it.)

(**Briles didn’t actually say that; that’s me every weekend at about one in the morning.)

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9 Responses to “Late night munchies: Taco Bell siesta equals charges for Baylor duo”
  1. edgy1957 says: Oct 7, 2010 2:23 PM

    Actually, there would be a fortune to be made BUT at the same time, they won’t deliver to certain neighborhoods after it gets dark because of the fear of robbery (Heck, some places won’t even deliver to them during the day time). I know that there are times that I think about it on a Saturday night after all the games are over and I’ve had enough to make me DUIable. :)

  2. burntorangehorn says: Oct 7, 2010 2:53 PM

    Josh Gordon would actually be a significant loss to the Bears.

  3. Arizona Buckeye says: Oct 7, 2010 3:57 PM

    Puff puff pass…. puff puff pass… puff puff pass… Mmmmmm crunchy tacos

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  7. Ex-Baylor WR enrolled at Utah, practicing with Utes | CollegeFootballTalk says: Aug 24, 2011 10:35 PM

    [...] in not noting that Gordon was one of two Baylor football players in October 2010 who were found “sleeping” in the drive-thru lane at an on-campus Taco Bell at two o’clock in the morning.  And, again, dudes were sleeping [...]

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