TCU quarterback Casey Pachall owned the top spot on our “Days without an arrest” ticker for a solid three hours or so.
Not to be outdone, a trio of Missouri football players have reportedly gotten into trouble with the law as well. The Columbia Tribune reports that 2012’s No. 1 overall recruit Dorial Green-Beckham, along with wide receiver Levi Copelin and linebacker Tory Boozer, has been arrested for pot possession.
According to the report, “an officer on patrol found the players at 11:49 p.m. in a white Lincoln Navigator in Lot G south of Memorial Stadium. Weimer said the officer detected the odor of marijuana and when the players got out of the car, the officer found marijuana.”
Defensive tackle Harold Brantley and tight end Brandon Holifield were also in the car, but not arrested. Team spokesman Chad Moller told the Tribune that all five will be suspended for Saturday’s game against Vanderbilt. Copelin and Boozer are expected to redshirt this season.
Green-Beckham has seven catches for 128 yards and a touchdown this season.