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Notre Dame WR Will Mahone arrested

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Notre Dame wide receiver Will Mahone was arrested Sunday in Ohio on five offenses, including assault of a police officer.

The junior was booked at the Mahoning County Justice Center on counts of disorderly conduct, assault on a police officer, resisting arrest, intimidation of a public servant and vandalism of a government entity. Three of those charges — assault on a police officer, intimidation and vandalism — are felonies in the state of Ohio.

Mahone, a four-star recruit from Austintown, Ohio (which is located in Mahoning County), switched from running back to wide receiver this spring but missed most of March and April’s practices after undergoing surgery on a fractured ankle in early March.

Mahone only played in two games in 2013 and likely would’ve entered the 2014 season behind Amir Carlisle and C.J. Prosise on Notre Dame’s depth chart at slot receiver.

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11 Responses to “Notre Dame WR Will Mahone arrested”
  1. cubano76 says: Jun 16, 2014 8:17 AM

    Sinner!

  2. planecrashguy says: Jun 16, 2014 8:23 AM

    Another Eastern Illinois transfer on the way.

  3. ytownjoe says: Jun 16, 2014 8:55 AM

    Youngstown State could use a good runny back.

  4. gary2525 says: Jun 16, 2014 9:00 AM

    Some of these young kids r such idiots you have the world by the balls and you go and throw it all away.

  5. polegojim says: Jun 16, 2014 9:31 AM

    @ Gary – I agree.. But today, these young players are recruited for their football talent… First and foremost… Not their life-skills or soundness if mind.

    If /when issues present themselves, they are dealt with at that time.

    The shear pressure of winning cause teams to select physical talent, and hope they can escape 4-5 years of foolishness… Some kids just can’t stay clean that long,

  6. psly2124 says: Jun 16, 2014 9:58 AM

    The NCAA needs to rid themselves of scum like this. If schools lose scholarships universities would think twice about recruiting these bums

  7. ducksk says: Jun 16, 2014 10:16 AM

    Offering scholarships to talent and not character in the equation is just plain wrong. They take spots away from great kids who would give their left nut for a chance. The NCAA and the scholarship program is broke badly. Ultimately the over paid AD’s must start to up up to mess they, there coaches and programs created. It’s a joke. A sad 1. I was young and did a not of stupid stuff, I wasn’t putting a $30k scholarship at risk either.

  8. gary2525 says: Jun 16, 2014 12:51 PM

    I blame the college coaches for some of it but not all they put these kids they r recruiting on such a high level they talk to them like they r gods I know that for a fact where I live 4 kids at the same highschool r getting recruited by the top schools in the country and u should see how the talk to them and tell them u come here and u can have this and that it’s a lie all the coaches r like car salesman trying to sell u a car.

  9. irishdodger says: Jun 16, 2014 1:50 PM

    In the words of Hawk Harrelson, “He gone!”

  10. bigdinla says: Jun 16, 2014 2:01 PM

    Perfect player to use to show how “tough” Kelly is on discipline. Let the cheater back on the roster, don’t investigate rape, but thus scrub will be gone!

  11. irishdodger says: Jun 16, 2014 3:02 PM

    @bigdinla:

    The “cheater” was kicked off the team & out of school for a year. He had to earn his way back. No way another school (incl the one you prefer) would do that to their starting QB today. That cost ND at least two wins last year.

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