There’s something in the Corvallis water that is inexplicably causing Oregon State’s secondary to get involved with the wrong side law.
Exhibit C: All-conference cornerback Jordan Poyer.
According to Corvallis Police, Poyer was detained by the staff of a local bar/restaurant Saturday morning in connection to a bar fight and arrested on a charge of second-degree criminal trespass. Other details of the incident, including Poyer’s role, are unknown. However, police did find out that Poyer was escorted from the same bar after a Feb. 5 incident.
Oregon State has not yet released a statement regarding the incident and Poyer’s status with the team is also unclear.
Fellow OSU CB Malcolm Marable has been in trouble with the law twice this offseason as well, having first been suspended for speeding in February before being arrested earlier this month on charges of violent conduct against a nightclub security guard.
Additionally, DB Sean Martin was suspended after being arrested for drunk driving and fleeing police, while another member of the secondary, Mishawn Cummings, was previously suspended indefinitely for undisclosed reasons.
That’s one heck of an offseason for the Beavers.