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Auburn QB Nick Marshall’s $1,000 fine is paid

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Auburn’s preseason All-SEC quarterback Nick Marshall has had his fine for possession of marijuana paid in full. As far as the police are concerned, the case is now closed.

According to a report by Al.com, Marshall was fined $1,000 for possessing a small amount of marijuana and another $100 for illegally tinted car windows. The fine was paid in full by Marshall’s mother. Because the fine was paid, Marshall will not be required to attend a court hearing, which was to be scheduled for September 10.

Marshall was originally scheduled to attend SEC Media Week last week, but in light of this infraction with the law head coach Gus Malzahn decided not to bring the quarterback to the highly covered event as a punishment. Malzahn has not announced any decision on potential lost playing time to be served by Marshall, although it appears he may not have to miss playing time based off the school’s drug policy.

Marshall was named to the preseason All-SEC First Team offense during SEC Media Week.

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17 Responses to “Auburn QB Nick Marshall’s $1,000 fine is paid”
  1. seminolez says: Jul 24, 2014 11:18 AM

    “thanks, booster!” – Nick Marshall

  2. auburntigers34 says: Jul 24, 2014 11:52 AM

    Jameis Winston can say the same thing on those rape charges.

  3. overratedgators says: Jul 24, 2014 11:58 AM

    In examining the check, local authorities marveled at the coincidence that Nick Marshall’s mother is also named “Gus Malzahn”.

  4. orthomarine says: Jul 24, 2014 1:12 PM

    They took up a collection; WR’s, RB’s, and OL divided up some of their ongoing payments…

  5. chc4 says: Jul 24, 2014 1:53 PM

    I have a sneaking suspicion Malzahn’s “internal punishment” will also be tied to someone (probly not Marshall) paying the fine and nothing more. That counts as discipline down on the plains.

  6. birdgang says: Jul 24, 2014 2:45 PM

    Hey auburntiger34, you must still be butt hurt after having your heart ripped out in the NC game I see. He was never charged for rape, the only rape we can prove is the one he and the Noles did to your Tigers in the second half of the championship game. Get a life, loser.

  7. dryzzt23 says: Jul 24, 2014 2:46 PM

    Marshall’s “mother”…..yeah right….this is the SEC where boosters pay for everything

  8. chc4 says: Jul 24, 2014 3:45 PM

    Marshall’s “mother”…..yeah right….this is the SEC where boosters pay for everything
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    Is Ohio State in the SEC? Free tattoos, cars, “summer jobs”, Maurice Clarrett, Jim Tressel.

  9. stairwayto7 says: Jul 24, 2014 4:10 PM

    I said it before, where did he get money for a car, car insurance, tinted windows, gas money and drugs? Do an investigation now and SHUT DOWN THE SCHOOL! DRUGS ARE RAMPANT!

  10. irishdodger says: Jul 24, 2014 10:09 PM

    Shouldn’t he have been on a short leash after transferring from Georgia where he had his initial brushes w/ the law?

    answer: Guess not.

    I trust Bob Stoops will hold DGB to a higher standard than Malzahn has held Marsall.

  11. warjag55 says: Jul 24, 2014 10:54 PM

    stairwayto7

    You are correct drugs are everywhere and have been since the 1960’s.

    Traffic ticket people…Geeze you guys need football season to start

  12. warjag55 says: Jul 24, 2014 10:55 PM

    birdgang

    What game were you watching???????

  13. birdgang says: Jul 25, 2014 12:09 AM

    @warjag

    I was watching the 2014 BCS National Championship game. FSU was dominated in the first half and completely turned it around in the second half. Hence why I said those war eagles were raped in the second half. After being down 21-10 at halftime FSU out scored Auburn 24-10 while finishing the game off with a beautiful and I mean beautiful game winning drive to completely rip out the hearts of Auburn fans nationwide. You could argue Auburn raped FSU in the first half but all that is irrelevant. All that matters is what the score was when the clock struck 00:00 and we all know who that was.

  14. iwishwvuwouldbeatbama says: Jul 25, 2014 11:00 AM

    Lol…. Two of the biggest THUG SCHOOLS in the SEC and their fighting about which is worst. Well lets see Auburn was sanctioned in the following years : 1956 – 1958, 1958 – 1960, 1979 – 1981, and 1993. Quite the storied tradition! Florida State was sanctioned in : 1974, 1996, 2009 – 2012. Another great tradition, for sanctions that is. The truth is neither school has institutional control now, nor in the past. Funny I could not find any teams listed more then these two. Food for thought (crab legs maybe).

  15. 1990tiger says: Jul 25, 2014 11:25 AM

    @iwishwvuwouldbeatbama-

    Check your sources. FSU isn’t in the SEC, they are in the ACC. Food for thought (crab legs or otherwise).

  16. iwishwvuwouldbeatbama says: Jul 25, 2014 12:13 PM

    Wow, no doubt my mistake. So I should have written two of the biggest THUG SCHOOLS in the power five. Still does not change the fact that they are two of the most sanctioned schools. Sorry about the mistake though and thanks for the catch.

  17. birdgang says: Jul 25, 2014 3:33 PM

    @iwishwvuwouldbeatbama

    Thanks for making me laugh man, that was good. All that Wikipedia searching and you didn’t read anything about FSU being in the ACC?

    Now to address your comments. No one is argueing what school is “the worst”. I couldn’t care less what these kids do off the field. I’m not perfect and don’t expect anyone else to be. Yea a lot of college athletes do some really dumb things but who am I to judge? My only beef is when a player from a fans favorite school gets in trouble they are quick to point out the next university that had a player do something wrong. I guess it’s a way of making their selves feel better I guess, who knows? Everyone’s so quick to point the finger instead of looking in the mirror. I guarantee if we can change that somehow this country would be a better place to live for all. And by the way, I never attacked Auburn or any of its players personally. I kept it to what happened on the field.

    Lastly, what’s your excuse for the sexist and derogatory comments made by your starting QB towards women? Let me guess, you’ll blame it on the THUG mentality he was around while still at FSU. As I said before, look in the mirror before attacking a person or university on the net.

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