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Louisville WR has pot citation dismissed

James Quick, Byron Jones AP

In late May, Louisville wide receiver James Quick and Kentucky defensive end Jason Hatcher, former high school teammates, were cited for pot possession.

Hatcher saw his marijuana possession citation dismissed three weeks later after completing a marijuana education course. Two months later, Quick has followed the same path.

After completing the same marijuana education course, WDRB-TV reported, Quick has seen his citation dismissed as well. It was Quick’s first legal issue, but he will still be subjected to additional drug testing by the UofL.

A four-star member of the Cardinals’ 2013 recruiting class, Quick was rated as the No. 9 receiver in the country and the No. 1 player at any position in the state of Kentucky. He caught six passes for 73 yards as a true freshman last year.

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2 Responses to “Louisville WR has pot citation dismissed”
  1. friarjack61 says: Aug 19, 2014 9:31 AM

    They should have been dismissed from the team, at the same time the citation was dismissed.
    Discipline in college football : NONE……weak coaches, who recruit players lacking character, as they lack the same. Money does not buy, nor does it create character.

  2. mauldawg says: Aug 19, 2014 11:41 AM

    Wonder who took the course for these two winners.

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