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No plates, no license equals minor issue for Auburn’s McCalebb

Onterio McCalebb

Compared to the off-field “issue” Auburn’s football program faced — and swiftly dealt with — earlier this offseason, Onterio McCalebb‘s current “issue” is a veritable pinprick.

Still, we’re guessing that head coach Gene Chizik will be/is none too pleased with the development, minor or not.

According to by way of Mr., the running back was arrested on May 14 and charged with driving an unregistered vehicle — no tag or revalidation decal — and failing to produce a valid driver’s license. ┬áIn other words, McCalebb was driving around Atlanta with expired tags sans driver’s license on his person.

During the Tigers’ title run last season, McCalebb finished third on the team with 810 rushing yards and second with nine rushing touchdowns.

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3 Responses to “No plates, no license equals minor issue for Auburn’s McCalebb”
  1. iamtalkingsolistenandlearn says: May 17, 2011 2:32 PM

    But at least i bet his car wasn’t brand new, cost half price, provided by the Unversity’s “official” car dealership “sponsors”, and “paid for” by the University

  2. Deb says: May 17, 2011 7:10 PM

    Riding along in my automobile,
    no current tag on my wheels,
    no driver’s license in my file,
    and carryin’ permits ain’t my style.
    Cruisin’ and playin’ the radio,
    with no particular place to go.

    Stopped on the road in my automobile.
    The cops don’t get just how I feel.
    So I tell ’em softly and sincere,
    movin’ up the depth chart next year.
    They say, “Not yet, Onterio.”
    And to the hoosegow we go.

  3. Deb says: May 18, 2011 12:28 AM

    Wonder how many people posting on CFT have ever heard the original Chuck Berry song :)

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