FAYETTEVILLE, AR - SEPTEMBER 5:  Head Coach Bret Bielema of the Arkansas Razorbacks talks with a official during a game against the UTEP Miners at Razorback Stadium on September 5, 2015 in Fayetteville, Arkansas.  The Razorbacks defeated the Miners 48-13.  (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
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The Fifth Quarter: Week 2 Rewind


As is the case each and every season, each and every week, any omission below is not on purpose, it’s merely intentional.

Well, technically you can, but just let me go.  I’m on a roll.

Last week, the Associated Press voters turned the SEC into the only conference in that poll’s history to have 10 teams ranked in its Top 25.  Most outside the South scratched their heads at such deference to the conference, but the coaches in the league ran with it in trumpeting the superior firepower their collection of teams had to offer.  And then Week 2 happened.

Second-ranked Alabama looked presentable against decided underdog Middle Tennessee State (and by “presentable” think Ohio State-Hawaii), while sixth-ranked Auburn was taken to overtime, at home, by FCS Jacksonville State.  No. 18 Arkansas was embarrassingly dropped at home by Toledo of the MAC, followed by 21st-ranked Missouri hanging on for a 27-20 win over an Arkansas State team that was on the wrong end of a 55-6 USC woodshedding in Week 1.

The non-conference kick-to-the-tentacles day for the SEC was punctuated by 23rd-ranked Tennessee.  Up 17-3 on No. 19 Oklahoma entering the fourth quarter, the Vols gave up a pair of touchdowns to send the game into overtime.  The Sooners, on the road, scored two touchdowns in the two overtime sessions while the Vols managed just one in a gut-wrenching home loss that gives UT a 2-30 record vs. AP-ranked teams since 2009.

At least No. 16 Texas A&M (56-23 over Ball State) and No. 17 Ole Miss (73-21 over Fresno State) stepped on an inferior opponent’s throat and didn’t allow them to breathe.

Based on results and not on reputation, the SEC should have, at the very most, six teams ranked in the newest AP Top 25 — my ballot, if I had one, would have four: Alabama, Texas A&M, Ole Miss and Georgia and no I didn’t forget about LSU or Auburn.  And that’s no slight to that conference or any of their teams; rather, that’s a nod to some quality teams throughout college football, some that are (gasp!) better than some of the currently-ranked ones in the SEC.  In a few hours, though, we’ll see how many voters can leave their biases at the door and vote for the here-and-now — without tapping into their memory banks.

Earlier this past week, we noted that Kent State head coach Paul Haynes promised that his walk-on female kicker, April Goss, would see the field at some point this season.  As it turns out, some point was Saturday.

Following a Golden Flash touchdown late in the second quarter of the game against Delaware State, regular kicker Shane Hynes went out for the point after attempt.  Haynes, though, called a timeout and, when the special teams unit went back out on the field, Goss trotted out along with them.

And, as they say, the rest was history.

As noted in the tweet, Goss became the second female to score in an FBS game.  The first, Katie Hnida, originally on the roster at Colorado before transferring under what ultimately became controversial circumstances, was successful on two point-after attempts for New Mexico in 2003. Months prior to that debut, Hnida attempted an extra point in the Las Vegas Bowl — it was blocked — becoming the first female to play in an FBS game.

Congratulations to Goss for grabbing her piece of history.  And a personal thank you as well for giving my nine-year-old daughter something to cheer wildly about yesterday evening.

Unbeknownst to many, or even most, people, the SEC made some of its own gender history Saturday night.

The SEC oversees Sun Belt Conference officiating, and utilized a crew from that conference for the Texas A&M-Ball State game because of the number of league home games this weekend.  Sebrina Brunson was an alternate on that crew and, after halftime, took over an on-field spot on that crew.

A league spokesperson subsequently confirmed to the Associated Press that Brunson became the first female to ever officiate an SEC game.  Kudos to the SEC for at least partially breaking down that barrier.

Entering the 2015 season, many an observer was viewing Notre Dame as a viable playoff contender. In a span of seven days, however, the Irish may have seen their postseason hopes dashed.

First, top running back Tarean Folston was ruled out for the remainder of the year because of a torn ACL suffered in the season-opening win over Texas. Then, a week later, starting quarterback Malik Zaire sustained what will be a season-ending fractured ankle in the win over Virginia.  And, suffice to say, it was a painfully horrific way for Zaire’s season to come to an end.

So, for the remainder of the year, the keys to the Irish offense will be in the hands of redshirt freshman DeShone Kizer.  Kizer did his part in relief of Zaire as he tossed a pair of touchdown passes, including a 39-yarder with 12 seconds left to lift ND to a 34-27 win over UVa.

That said, what would the Irish give for a do-over from Everett Golson on his transfer to Florida State?  The Irish aren’t out of playoff contention by any stretch of the imagination, but the twin losses to key offensive performers makes it a significantly tougher row to hoe for the Golden Domers.  Well, that and a schedule that includes games against Georgia Tech, Clemson and USC.

For the most part, it was a kinder, gentler Jim Harbaugh in Week 1.  For the home opener, the khaki gloves came off.

Late in the second quarter of Michigan’s win over Oregon State, a Wolverine was, wrongly as it turned out, flagged for roughing the punter.  And, being the gentleman that he is, Harbaugh decided to gently point out that fact to the men in black & white.

And by “gently” I mean he stomped and tossed his playsheet and generally ranted and raved about what was admittedly a bad call.

For some reason, I get the feeling that’s not the last time we’ll see an animated Harbaugh roaming the Ann Arbor sidelines.

He’ll get barely if any Heisman buzz, but what Matt Johnson has done the first two games of the season deserves some recognition.

In the first two games of the season, and against Power Five teams Tennessee and Maryland no less, the Bowling Green quarterback has thrown for 915 yards and eight touchdowns.  491 of those yards and six of those touchdowns came during a career-high performance in BGSU’s 48-21 upset of Maryland in College Park Saturday; his previous career-high prior to this season was 393 yards against Northern Illinois in the 2013 MAC title game.

Perhaps the most impressive part of Johnson’s early-season performance, even above the fact that it’s come against to P5 teams?  He missed most of the 2014 season with a hip injury that also kept him out of spring practice this year.

Thanks in large part to Johnson, the Falcons will have to be considered not only the favorites in the MAC East but one of the teams who could potentially grab the Group of Five’s New Year’s Six bowl bid.

Just a little bit, though.

In the 87 games that were played opening weekend, a full 47 were FBS vs. FCS — 22 involving Power Five conference teams, 25 involving the Group of Five.  A week later, that number was cut nearly in half to 25 — 15 for P5s, 10 for G5s.  The power conferences will, though, get a heavy dose of the G5s in the 76 total games played this weekend (including Thursday/Friday nights), with 31 games between those two football caste systems scheduled.

Last week there were 11 games pitting P5s against each other; in Week 2, that number dipped a bit to 10.  Six of those contests are non-conference matchups (Oregon State at Michigan; Washington State at Rutgers; Notre Dame at Virginia; Iowa at Iowa State; Oklahoma at Tennessee; and Oregon at Michigan State) while eight teams will open up conference play (Wake Forest at Syracuse; Georgia at Vanderbilt; Kentucky at South Carolina; and LSU at Mississippi State).

Rounding out Week 2’s 76 games are 10 G5-G5 clashes.

Below is a list of links for all of the Week 2 gamers posted by the CFT crew, placed in one handy and convenient space for you, our beloved and dear readers.

A snapshot look at how my ballot would look Sunday if I, ya know, had a real vote.

1. Ohio State — Defensively, it was as impressive a performance as there was in Week 2.  Offensively… it was as impressive a defensive performance as there was in Week 2.  Both quarterbacks looked tentative and uncertain in the win over Hawaii; Urban Meyer needs to get that position cleared up sooner rather than later. (Last week: No. 1)
Next up: vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 19

2. Michigan State — You beat the seventh-ranked team in the country, you get moved right on to the heels of the defending champs.  In fact, the only thing that kept me from moving the Spartans up one more spot was a less-than-impressive win over Western Michigan in Week 1. (Last week: No. 5)
Next up: vs. Air Force, Sept. 19

3. TCU — What did we learn in TCU’s 70-7 shellacking of Stephen F. Austin?  The Horned Frogs are still a damn-good football team and, well, that’s about all we learned.  How good TCU is might not actually be known for another month. (Last week: No. 2)
Next up: vs. SMU, Sept. 19

4. Alabama — Let me be blunt here: I flat-out whiffed on ‘Bama in Week 1.  The Tide should’ve been included in the original Top Five, and I just completely forgot about them.  Consider this a market correction, even as they failed to impress much in the win over Middle Tennessee State. (Last week: NR)
Next up: vs. No. 17 Ole Miss, Sept. 19

5. Oregon — Lose by three on the road to one of the Top Five teams in the country?  My conscience won’t allow me to move them out quite yet, especially as the likes of Baylor and USC and Notre Dame and a handful of others undefeated teams simply don’t look better than a one-loss Oregon. (Last week: No. 5)
Next up: vs. Georgia State, Sept. 19

(Dropped out: No. 3 Auburn, my dignity for actually having Auburn ranked that high)

I don’t think much needs to be added to this.

Hey, who am I to judge a man’s/woman’s choice for a final resting spot?

In the end, Bret Bielema stuck his foot in his mouth with his in-week touting of the strength of Arkansas’ schedule and the SEC overall leading into his Razorbacks losing to Toledo.  His talking also left him open to this:

You know what they say: live by the word, die by the meme.

Michigan State fans reached back to a cinematic classic for this zinger aimed at Saturday’s opponent Oregon.

As Michael Kelso is wont to say…

As funny as the above was to my 12-year-old self, the one below is just exceptionally well done.

Ouch.  Oh, and that would be Miley Cyrus circa 2004.

I’m far from a fan of the myriad uniform combinations Oregon employs.  And I’m normally not a fan of cartoon characters masquerading as college football logos.  I’m a huge fan, however, of the helmet the Ducks decided to wear for the Michigan State game Saturday night.

Nicely done, Nike.  Nicely done.

Al Golden entered the 2015 season on one of the hottest coaching seats in the country.  How hot does it remain?  Some fans want the university to go back to the future for a savior.

I hate the smell of desperation this early in the morning…

In numbers form, this is pretty much all you need to know about the state of the Texas Longhorn football program heading into Week 2.

And yes, Mack, I know it’s not your fault and you had nothing to do with the state of affairs in Austin.

It’s not just Charlie Strong, incidentally, that has the wrath of Longhorn Nation.

What an absolute mess in Austin athletics — the “huge” win over Rice notwithstanding — none of which is Mack’s doing, of course.

“I don’t know if anybody listens to me or not, but this is mainly about the players. The guys that are out there playing, and their families that are watching it.” — Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh, following the buildup to his first home game as his alma mater’s coach and all of the pregame focus being on him.

“Let’s not go heaping too much praise on them just yet. They’re kind of like mushrooms; we like to keep them in the dark and feed them manure.” — Houston’s Tom Herman, following the “upset” win over Louisville and with the first scatological reference of the “he said it” era.

“I don’t know. I guess you ask [athletic director] Gene Smith. That’s the guy to talk to.” — Ohio State’s Urban Meyer, when asked how he thought he’s handled the Buckeyes’ quarterback situation.

“You’re a helluva player, but have some damn class. ” — Tennessee head coach Butch Jones to Oklahoma’s Eric Striker, who was seen taunting the Neyland Stadium crowd following the Sooners’ double-overtime win.

“We won the game, but that’s not acceptable. You guys should be embarrassed having to write about it.” — An unhappy Jim McElwain, following Florida’s uneven seven-point win over East Carolina in Gainesville.

Meads Cup Final - North Otago v WanganuiSTREAKING
Two wins to start the 2015 season has pushed Ohio State’s nation’s best winning streak to 15 straight.  Up next are TCU (10), Memphis (nine), Western Kentucky (seven), Michigan State (six) and Navy (five).

The “honor” of the longest losing streak had belonged to Georgia State, which had lost 12 in a row until Saturday night’s 34-32 win over New Mexico State.  The win also marked GSU’s first-ever win over an FBS-level team as an FBS team themselves.  Additionally, Colorado ended its nine-game losing streak, the longest amongst Power Five teams, with a 48-14 win over UMass.  With those outcomes, UNLV now owns the nation’s longest losing streak at eight straight.

… Notre Dame, UCLA and USC are the only teams that have never played a non-FBS/Div. 1-A school since the current setup was established in 1978.  Following the 2016 season, and because of a conference mandate, Big Ten teams will no longer be permitted to schedule games against FCS programs.

In a claim that the great Kellen Moore can’t even make, Jake Browning became the first true freshman to win the starting quarterback spot as well as the first true freshman QB to start for head coach Chris Petersen at either his current home of Washington or his former home of Boise State.

UNLV’s Tony Sanchez is just the fifth man in the modern era of college football to move directly from being a head coach at a high school to being head coach at a university that was part of what is now known as the FBS. Sanchez, of course, only had to move across the city after going 85-5 in six seasons while leading 2014 national champion Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas. Jim Bradley, who passed away in August, was the first to do it when he went across town to take over at NMSU.

High School To College

The meeting with UCF marked the first for Stanford against a current FBS program from the Sunshine State. Stanford faced Pensacola in 1903 and 1904 when the team was stationed in the San Francisco Bay. Stanford has won three postseason games (1986 Gator Bowl, 1993 Blockbuster Bowl, 2011 Orange Bowl) played in the state of Florida.

Thursday’s game at Western Kentucky marks Louisiana Tech’s first return to Bowling Green since 1939, a span of 76 years. That gap between trips to Bowling Green is the longest in school history between trips to a single opponent. The previous longest drought was a 62 years in between trips to Baton Rouge to face LSU (1941 to 2003) as well as 62 years before returning to New Orleans to face Tulane (1936 to 1998).

Courtesy of the Louisiana Tech sports information department

Active TD Scorers

Courtesy of the Michigan State sports information department

Most FBS Wins Since 2010

Courtesy of the Mountain West sports information department

Bowl Record Since 2004

Courtesy of the Oregon sports information department

Most Passing TDs

Qadree Ollison became the first freshman in ACC history to run for 200 or more yards (207) in the Week 1 win over Youngstown State and he did it in just the second half after an injury sidelined Pittsburgh’s James Conner.

V’Angelo Bentley is the only player in Illinois history to record a kickoff return, punt return, interception return and fumble return for touchdown in his career. Harold “Red” Grange is the only other Illini player with kickoff, punt and interception returns for TDs, but he never returned a fumble for a score.


Dalvin Cook‘s 266 yards rushing were the second-most in Florida State history?  Cook’s performance is topped only by Greg Allen‘s 322 yards in 1981.

… Kentucky’s win over South Carolina in Columbia ended a 22-game losing streak in true road games?

… Miami sophomore running back Joe Yearby posted career-highs in all-purpose yards (243), rushing yards (146), receiving yards (97) and touchdowns (two, one each rushing and receiving) in the Friday night win over FAU?  Fellow running back Mark Walton set a career-high for rushing touchdowns with three in that victory as well.

… Utah State’s Chuckie Keeton last weekend became the second FBS quarterback to ever start five season openers, joining Tulsa’s T.J. Rubley (1987-91)?

… Wake Forest linebacker Brandon Chubb has a brother, Bradley Chubb, who is a linebacker at North Carolina State while his cousin Nick Chubb is a star running back at Georgia?  Additionally, he had another cousin who played defensive back at Georgia while his father was a linebacker at UGA.

… Washington State linebacker Peyton Pelluer‘s dad (Scott, 1977-80), grandfather (John, mid-fifties) and great-grandfather (Carl, twenties) all played for Wazzu?

Vizio Fiesta Bowl - Boise State v Arizona… this season there are 14 individuals serving as the head coach at their alma maters? Those are Troy Calhoun (Air Force), Bryan Harsin (Boise State), John Bonamego (Central Michigan), Ruffin McNeill (East Carolina), Paul Haynes (Kent State), Jim Harbaugh (Michigan), Pat Fitzgerald (Northwestern), Mike Gundy (Oklahoma State), David Shaw (Stanford), Kliff Kingsbury (Texas Tech), Matt Wells (Utah State), Sean Kugler (UTEP), Frank Beamer (Virginia Tech) and Paul Chryst (Wisconsin).

… Oregon had been a wagering favorite for 46 straight games before they headed into their game against Michigan State as three-point underdogs?  Alabama has a current streak of 69 straight games as the favorite, which is tops in the country.

… Sept. 12 marks the latest LSU has opened a season since 1998 when the Tigers beat Arkansas State 42-6 on Sept. 12? LSU’s original 2015 opener against McNeese State last weekend was cancelled due to weather in general and lightning specifically.

… UCF’s game against Stanford Saturday was its first against a team from the state of California?

… with the win over North Carolina Central, Duke has started a season 2-0 for the third straight year for the first time since a streak of six in a row from 1949-55?

Georgia Southern v West Virginia… in 2014 and 2015, West Virginia posted back-to-back shutouts in home season openers at Mountaineer Field at Milan Puskar Stadium for the first time in program history?

… Washington State’s Bob Robertson is the longest-tenured radio play-by-play announcer in college football with 49 years behind the mic?  The first time Robertson was on the radio call for a Wazzu game, a gallon of gas would set you back 30 cents.

… with the Illinois game originally scheduled for last Friday night delayed because of lightning, Kent State has had postponements in each of their last two road trips? The first of the two was Buffalo last November because of a snowstorm.

… there are just three Group of Five teams that have played in at least five straight bowl games?  That trio consists of Boise State, Northern Illinois and San Diego State.

… there are just six teams that won’t play back-to-back home games this season? The unfortunate six are FIU, Louisiana-Monroe, Middle Tennessee, San Diego State, UMass and Western Kentucky.

… Tulsa was the first school to play in five straight New Year’s Day Bowl Games? Those were the Sun Bowl (1-1-42), Sugar Bowl (1-1-43), Sugar Bowl (1-1-44), Orange Bowl (1-1-45) and Oil Bowl (1-1-46).

… only Hawaii and New Mexico State will have all new offensive, defensive and special teams coordinators in 2015?

Friday night, and in his first career start as a sophomore, Dubois (Pa.) Beavers quarterback Matt Miller passed for what’s believed to be a national high school record 782 yards, helped lead his team to 90 points… and lost.  That’s in large part because Meadville’s Journey Brown ran for 722 yards and 10 touchdowns in leading the Bulldogs to a 107-90 win over the Beavers.  Deadspin.com writes that Brown “had a chance to set the national high school record [for single-game rushing yards], but the Bulldogs took a knee” at the end of the game.

The Fifth Quarter: Week 5 Rewind

LSU v Georgia

As is the case each and every season, each and every week, any omission below is not on purpose, it’s merely intentional.


Scheduling buzzsaw complete
One of the major storylines of the weekend heading into the Top-10 matchup between LSU and Georgia was current Bulldogs quarterback Aaron Murray and former Bulldogs/current Tigers quarterback Zach Mettenberger.  While neither disappointed, it was another defining team moment for the squad from Athens that’s had a season’s worth in the first month of the football year.  The huge 44-41 win over LSU was UGA’s second win over a team ranked No. 6 in the country this season, the first coming three weeks ago against SEC East rival South Carolina.  Their lone loss?  A season-opening three-point defeat on the road at the hands of Clemson, which was No. 8 at the time but has climbed to No. 3.  Thanks in large part to the play of Murray — four touchdown passes on the day, including the game-winner with under two minutes left — the Bulldogs still control their own destiny; win out through early December, and UGA will head to Pasadena to play in the last-ever BCS championship game.  Of course, their opponents in Saturday’s game can say the same thing, as can Alabama.  Still, from the heartbreak in the opener to an absolute meatgrinder two of the last three games, Mark Richt has to be beyond ecstatic with the position his football team finds itself in.

Braxton back, boon for Buckeyes
After Kenny Guiton lit up opposing defenses for 10 touchdowns in two starts, many were calling for the senior to start even after Braxton Miller was healthy enough to return from a knee injury.  Urban Meyer wouldn’t hear of it, and Miller showed why.  In his first action since the first quarter of a Week 2 win over San Diego State, Miller accounted for 281 yards and four touchdowns in a 31-24 win over Wisconsin.  The win was the Buckeyes’ nation’s best 17th straight, and its first over a ranked team since beating Michigan to end the 2012 regular season.  Whether it was enough to impress voters, though, remains to be seen.  OSU’s first four wins of the season came against three FBS teams that had won a combined two games entering Week 5 as well an FCS program.  The fact that OSU couldn’t put away the Badgers after holding a 31-14 lead in the fourth quarter could give those with the power pause.  Regardless, OSU will have another chance to impress next week as they travel to Evanston to face No. 19 Northwestern.


Manziel has Charles Barkley ‘really close to saying Roll Tide’

Charles Barkley

How polarizing is Johnny Manziel?  So much so that he’s pushing a dyed-in-the-wool Auburn fan to the brink of the unthinkable.

Charles Barkley played his college basketball at Auburn before embarking on a Hall of Fame NBA career.  Now one of the most popular — and polarizing, oddly enough — analysts in the hoops game today, Barkley has remained a staunch supporter of his alma mater and its athletic programs.

A true Auburn fan, of course, is pro-anything that goes up against the Alabama Crimson Tide, which would seemingly include Texas A&M this weekend in the latest edition of the Game of The Century.  Thanks to the reigning Heisman winner, though, Barkley is thiiis close to getting his houndstooth on.

“Johnny Manziel, he’s doing something I never thought was possible,” Barkley said during a Chicago radio interview Wednesday, by way of al.com. “He’s going to make me root for Alabama this weekend.

“I never thought I would say those words. I am so close to saying ‘Roll Tide.’ Johnny Manziel is annoying me so much. I’m really close to saying ‘Roll Tide.'”

What it is that’s sticking in Barkley’s craw regarding the A&M quarterback is unclear, but it’s stuck so far up wherever it is that it has him mentioning Manziel in the same breath as a twerking Miley Cyrus.

And has him not really caring how a near “Roll Tide” will play on The Plains.

“They’re not going to be happy,” Barkley said of AU fans. “But let me tell you something. Johnny Manziel, oh my God, the only thing saving Manziel is Miley Cyrus.

“I just think that Johnny Manziel has done a lot of stupid stuff in the last three or four months.”

(insert glass house reference here)

So, congratulations Johnny Football.  Look what you and your shenanigans and hijinks have gone and done.

TMZ catches USC running back Marc Tyler having a, um, ‘good time’

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We’ve been called the TMZ of college football before here at CFT. And, I suppose in some ways, that’s true. Although I am pleased to announce that we’ve yet to have a Miley Cyrus reference on here (until now).

However, it appears USC running back Marc Tyler has successfully crossed over into the mainstream tabloids by actually landing his face on TMZ’s website, and as you could imagine, the results aren’t good. Tyler makes references to “gettin’ Kim Kardashian” and athletes making more money at USC than in the pros.

A friend then interjected with “That’s a joke”, but the damage was done.

To view the semi-grainy, fully-inappropriate and annoyingly commentated video, click HERE.

The site claims Tyler is intoxicated; we’ll let you be the judge of that. But it’s not important if Tyler was drunk or not. What Tyler said wasn’t even the worst part. It’s where he said it: in front of the camera.

Athletes need to constantly remember that media platforms have changed dramatically, and everything they say and do is monitored with incredible scrutiny.

On top of it all, Tyler is still waiting to hear the disciplinary results following a pair of off-the-field incidents this past spring.

This could add to that forthcoming discipline, which could very well be more severe now.

(Thanks to the Orange County Register for the tip-off)

Police Blotter

An Occupy DC protester is seen handcuffe

10/20/2016 — UConn linebacker Nazir Williams charged with weapons in a motor vehicle, possession of less than half an ounce of marijuana and possession of alcohol by a minor. UConn defensive lineman Felton Blackwell charged with weapons in a motor vehicle.

10/6/2016 — Baylor offensive lineman Rami Hammad charged with two counts of criminal trespassing.

10/6/2016 — East Carolina defensive back Nhyre Quinerly charged with stealing a car.

9/29/2016 — Alabama linebacker Tim Williams charged with carrying a pistol without a permit.

9/29/2016 — Ohio State assistant Greg Schiano cited for failure to obey a traffic-control.

9/28/2016 — Purdue offensive lineman Martesse Patterson with battery resulting in serious bodily injury.

9/26/2016 — LSU defensive end Davon Godchaux charged with false imprisonment and domestic abuse battery/child endangerment.

9/26/2016 — Texas offensive lineman Kent Williams charged with driving while intoxicated.

9/22/2016 — Indiana wide receiver Kiante Enis charged with two counts of child molestation.

9/21/2016 — Indiana kicker Aaron Del Grosso charged with criminal trespassing and public intoxication.

9/13/2016 — Washington State linebacker Logan Tago charged with second-degree assault and second-degree robbery.

9/7/2016 — Indiana defensive lineman Jerome Johnson cited for illegal possession and consumption of alcohol.

9/3/2016 — Miami quarterback Tucker Beirne charged with driving under the influence and possession of cocaine.

8/27/2016 — Florida State strength & conditioning coach Vic Volaria charged with driving under the influence and misdemeanor property damage.

8/26/2016 — East Carolina has dismissed defensive lineman Darius Commissiong charged with felony animal cruelty.

8/26/2016 — Auburn safety Stephen Roberts charged with unlawful gun possession and evading arrest.

8/24/2016 — New Mexico State quarterback Tyler Rodgers charged with battery against a household member.

8/22/2016 — Iowa linebacker Nick Wilson charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and driving with a suspended license.

8/20/2016 — Texas A&M linebacker Josh Walker charged with assault causing bodily injury to a family member and interfering with emergency requested for assistance.

8/20/2016 — Notre Dame safety Max Redfield, linebacker Te’von Coney, running back Dexter Williams, cornerback Ashton White and wide receiver Kevin Stepherson charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana.  Additionally, Redfield, Stepherson and Williams were charged with one count each of possession of a handgun without a license.  Additionally, the sequel, cornerback Devin Butler charged with battery to law enforcement and resisting law enforcement.  Both of those are felonies.

8/14/2016 — South Carolina punter Sean Kelly charged with public disorderly conduct and malicious injury to tree, house and trespass upon real property with an injury value $2,000 or less.

8/14/2016 — West Virginia offensive lineman Adam Pankey charged with driving under the influence.

8/14/2016 — Nebraska wide receivers coach Keith Williams cited for driving under the influence.

8/13/2016 — Missouri running back Trevon Walters charged with stealing as well two counts of fraudulent use of a stolen credit device.

8/5/2016 –Louisiana Tech quarterback Ryan Diggins charged with driving while intoxicated.

8/4/2016 — Utah wide receiver Cory Butler-Byrd charged with misdemeanor criminal mischief.

7/28/2016 — West Virginia defensive lineman Larry Jefferson charged with drug possession.

7/27/2016 — North Texas wide receiver Turner Smiley charged with driving while intoxicated.

7/26/2016 — Ole Miss defensive end Charles Wiley charged with misdemeanor domestic violence.

7/25/2016 –Iowa State senior cornerback Nigel Tribune charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated.

7/20/2016 –Arizona offensive lineman Keenan Walker charged with assault and disorderly conduct.

7/18/2016 — Florida wide receivers Tyrie Cleveland and Rick Wells charged with criminal mischief for damaging property and shooting a missile inside an occupied dwelling.

7/18/2016 — LSU punter Bailey Raborn charged with operating a vehicle while impaired.

7/17/2016 — Alabama offensive lineman Alphonse Taylor charged with driving under the influence.

7/14/2016 — South Carolina offensive lineman Christian Pellage charged with first-offense DUI.

7/12/2016 — 2016 UT-San Antonio signee Jaquelle Green charged with four counts of armed robbery, four counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and one count of wearing a mask in the commission of a felony.

7/10/2016 — Georgia defensive lineman Jonathan Ledbetter charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and underaged possession of alcohol.

6/30/2016 — Oklahoma defensive back Jordan Thomas charged with assault and battery, public intoxication and interference.

6/22/2016 — Georgia defensive back Chad Clay charged with second-degree criminal damage and possessing a weapon in a school zone.

6/16/2016 — Colorado State safety Justin Sweet charged with suspicion of driving under the influence.

6/14/2016 –Illinois defensive lineman Jarrod “Chunky” Clements charged with misdemeanor battery.

6/13/2016 — Mississippi State recruiting assistant Rod Gibson charged with driving under the influence.

6/7/2016 — Utah wide receiver Kenric Young cited for assault.

6/2/2016 — Michigan quarterback Alex Malzone charged with altering a driver’s license and one charge of disorderly conduct.

5/25/2016 — Oklahoma wide receiver Dede Westbrook charged with criminal trespassing.

5/23/2016 — Boston College wide receiver Troy Flutie charged with operating a vehicle under the influence of liquor, possession of an open container of liquor while driving and being a person younger than 21 in possession of liquor. He was also issued a citation for a marked lanes violation.

5/17/2016 — Alabama offensive lineman Cam Robinson and defensive back Laurence “Hootie” Jones charged with one count each of possession of marijuana and illegal carrying of a weapon.

5/13/2016 — Georgia defensive lineman Chauncey Rivers charged with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, violating the state of Georgia’s Controlled Substance Act, parking in a disabled parking spot and keeping drugs in a container.

5/12/2016 — Colorado linebacker N.J. Falo and running back Dino Gordon  charged with one count each of second-degree burglary, theft between $2,000 and $5,000, possession of a controlled substance and second-degree trespassing.

5/11/2016 — Bowling Green co-defensive coordinator/defensive line coach Marcus White and offensive graduate assistant Kenneth Williams cited for assault.

5/8/2016 — Florida State running back Mario Pender charged with domestic battery by strangulation and resisting an officer without violence.

5/2/2016 — Marshall defensive back Tiquan Lang charged with driving under the influence, possession of a concealed deadly weapon and possession of a controlled substance.

5/2/2016 — Auburn defensive end Byron Cowart, defensive back Carlton Davis, wide receiver Ryan Davis and defensive backJeremiah Dinson4/28/2016 — Colorado linebacker N.J. Falo and running back Dino Gordon charged with suspicion of second-degree burglary, theft between $2,000 and $4,999, drug possession and second-degree trespassing.

4/28/2016 — Virginia Tech Adonis Alexander (pictured) and defensive end Houshun Gaines charged with possession of marijuana.  Gaines was also charged with underage possession of alcohol.

4/27/2016 — Hawaii defensive lineman Kennedy Tulimasealii charged with criminal property damage.

4/23/2016 — Miami running back Mark Walton charged with suspicion of driving under the influence.

4/20/2016 — Indiana defensive lineman Jacob Robinson charged with false informing and illegal consumption.

4/8/2016 –Colorado defensive lineman Samson Kafovalu charged with obstruction of a police officer.

4/5/2016 — Ole Miss offensive lineman Rod Taylor charged with suspicion of shoplifting.

4/4/2016 — Texas A&M wide receiver Speedy Noil charged with driving without a license.

3/28/2016 — Mississippi State signee Jeffrey Simmons charged with disturbing the peace by fighting and assault.

3/20/2016 — Georgia defensive lineman Jonathan Ledbetter charged with presenting a fake ID and underage possession/furnishing of alcohol.

3/20/2016 — Nebraska wide receiver Brandon Reilly cited for driving under the influence — first offense, negligent driving and failure to signal.

3/17/2016 — Clemson cornerback Kaleb Chalmers charged with simple drug possession, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a schedule II controlled substance.

3/14/2016 — Colorado defensive lineman Nathaniel Robbins charged with two counts of first-degree assault on a peace officer, two counts of second-degree assault, two counts of third-degree assault, two counts of criminal mischief, first-degree burglary, attempted second-degree kidnapping, second-degree burglary, resisting arrest, second-degree arson, obstruction of telephone services, harassment, obstructing peace officers and domestic violence.

3/12/2016 — New Mexico running backs coach Apollo Wright charged with driving while intoxicated.

3/11/2016 — Baylor running back Devin Chafin charged with possession of marijuana.

3/11/2016 — UT-San Antonio defensive back Jaquelle Green charged with armed robbery.

3/10/2016 — Miami offensive linemen Trevor Darling and Jahair Jones charged with resisting officer without violence to his person.

3/8/2016 — Washington State cornerback Calvin Green charged with hit-and-run unintended and reckless endangerment in the second degree.

3/6/2016 — Iowa defensive lineman Brant Gressel cited for public intoxication.

3/4/2006 — Kentucky fullback Thomas Collins charged with public intoxication, criminal mischief, theft and fleeing and evading.

3/4/2016 — Ole Miss defensive tackle Breeland Speaks charged with suspicion of DUI, first offense.

3/2/2016 — UTEP running back Aaron Jones charged with suspicion of driving while intoxicated.

2/22/2016 — Kansas cornerback Eric Rivers and linebacker Kendall Duckworth charged with robbery.

2/22/2016 — Kentucky defensive end Jason Hatcher charged with speeding 11 mph over the limit, trafficking in marijuana (eight ounces to fewer than five pounds), tampering with physical evidence and possession of drug paraphernalia.

2/16/2016 — Texas A&M defensive end Alton Robinson charged with robbery.

2/15/2016 — Iowa defensive back Omar Truitt charged with operating while intoxicated.

1/21/2016 — Missouri defensive tackle Terry Buckner Jr. cited for suspicion of possession of marijuana.

1/17/2016 — North Texas wide receiver Darvin Kidsy charged with involvement in a collision involving personal injury or death.

1/7/2016 — West Virginia defensive back Daejuan Funderburk charged with suspicion of assault, disorderly conduct, indecent exposure and public sexual indecency.

1/6/2016 — Arizona State linebacker Ismael Murphy-Richardson charged with fraudulent use of a credit card.

12/31/2015 — TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin charged with assaulting a police officer, resisting arrest and public intoxication.

12/16/2015 — Bowling Green junior defensive lineman Mike Minns charged with corrupting another with drugs.

12/16/2015 — Arizona State safety Jayme Otomewo and junior defensive tackle Deonte Reynolds charged with second-degree burglary.

12/13/2015 — Oklahoma cornerback Jordan Thomas charged with failure to appear.

12/12/2015 — Arkansas State defensive end Chris Stone and wide receiver Tyler Trosin charged with possession of less than two grams of methamphetamine or cocaine.

12/12/2015 — Mississippi State linebackers Gerri Green and DeAndre Ward charged with possession of beer in a dry county. Green tallied additional charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, while Ward was hit with a disturbing the peace charge.

12/12/2015 — Georgia defensive lineman Chauncey Rivers charged with possession of less than one ounce of marijuana.

12/7/2015 — Kansas State defensive back Kaleb Prewett charged with consumption and purchase of liquor by a minor.

11/18/2015 — Iowa State running back Sheldon Croney charged with operating under the influence.

11/13/2015 — Illinois linebacker Julian Jones charged with sexual battery.

11/4/2015 — Georgia linebacker Natrez Patrick and defensive end Chauncey Rivers charged with possession of marijuana.

11/3/2015 — North Carolina State offensive lineman Will Richardson charged with driving under the influence.

11/3/2015 — Fresno State wide receiver Christian Pryor charged with making a criminal threat.

10/31/2015 — Ohio State quarterback J.T. Barrett arrested on an operating a vehicle while intoxicated complaint.

10/29/2015 — Oklahoma State wide receiver Jhajuan Seales arrested on driving under the influence and open container complaints.

10/28/2015 — Miami defensive lineman Michael Wyche charged with misdemeanor domestic violence.

10/28/2015 — USF wide receiver Deangelo Antoine with felony possession of a controlled substance.

10/21/2015 — Virginia Tech wide receiver Deon Newsome charged with driving while intoxicated and public intoxication.

10/19/2015 — UCLA cornerback Ishmael Adams charged with misdemeanor battery.

10/16/2015 — USF defensive back Lamar Robbins charged with discharging a weapon on school property and providing false information to a law-enforcement officer.

10/16/2015 — North Carolina cornerbacks M.J. Stewart and Mike Hughes charged with assault and battery and assault inflicting serious injury, respectively.

10/14/2015 — Florida defensive back Deiondre Porter charged with two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill, aggravated battery, firing a weapon into a vehicle or building and property damage of less than $200.

10/9/2015 — UCLA punter Adam Searl charged with three counts of rape.

10/6/2015 — Purdue linebacker Wyatt Cook and defensive end Chazmyn Turner charged with minor consumption of alcohol and possession of marijuana, respectively.

10/5/2015 — Kansas State defensive back Cre Moore charged with charged with driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

9/30/2015 — North Carolina State running back Shadrach Thornton charged with failure to stop and render aid, failure to provide information, operating a motor vehicle on a sidewalk and for operating an unregistered motor vehicle.

9/30/2015 — Iowa State defensive back Jordan Wallace cited for underage possession of alcohol.

9/24/2015 — Alabama kicker  Gunnar Raborn charged with driving under the influence of a controlled substance.

9/23/2015 — UMass wide receiver Jalen Williams charged with breaking and entering during the nighttime to commit a felony and larceny over $250.

9/23/2015 — Fresno State quarterback Zack Greenlee and linebacker Brandon Hughes charged with public drunkenness and obstructing a police officer, respectively.

9/21/2015 — TCU defensive end Mike Tuaua charged with felony robbery.

9/17/2015 — Purdue cornerbacks Evyn Cooper and David Rose charged with theft and attempted theft, respectively.

9/16/2015 — Mississippi State linebacker Kelan Chairs charged with driving with a suspended license.

9/14/2015 — Rutgers wide receiver Leonte Carroo charged with simple assault.

9/10/2015 — Rutgers fullback Lloyd Terry charged with armed robbery, armed burglary and conspiracy to commit the armed robbery.

9/9/2015 — Western Kentucky linebacker Der’Quione Mobley charged with trafficking of a controlled substance.

9/3/2015 — Rutgers defensive backs Ruhann Peele, Nadir Barnwell, Dre Boggs and Delon Stephenson and fullback Razohnn Gross charged with assaulting a group of individuals.

9/1/2015 — Tennessee defensive end Andrew Butcher charged with public intoxication, underage possession of alcohol and violating a controlled access roadway.

8/31/2015 — UCLA cornerback Ishmael Adams charged with suspicion of robbery.

8/30/2015 — Arkansas punter Blake Johnson charged with public intoxication, minor in possession and disorderly conduct.

8/28/2015 — Arkansas tight end C.J. O’Grady charged with driving while intoxicated and being a minor in possession of alcohol

8/24/2015 — Western Kentucky quarterback Reese Ryan charged with alcohol intoxication in a public place and displaying or possession of a canceled or fictitious license.

8/24/2015 — Georgia graduate assistant Courtney Coard charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and improper driving.

8/13/2015 — BYU linebacker Sione Takitaki charged with two counts of misdemeanor theft.

8/12/2015 — Virginia quarterback Nick Johns charged with driving while intoxicated.

8/9/2015 — Oklahoma State defensive tackle Trey Carter charged with larceny of lost or mislaid property.

8/9/2015 — Western Kentucky offensive lineman Brandon Ray charged with careless driving and aggravated first-offense operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol.

8/6/2015 — Texas offensive lineman Terrell Cuney cited for shoplifting.

7/26/2015 — Florida wide receiver Alvin Bailey charged with failure to appear.

7/25/2015 — Florida running back Adam Lane and defensive tackle Caleb Brantley charged with defrauding an innkeeper under $300.

7/24/2015 — North Carolina defensive back Malik Simmons charged with resisting arrest.

7/23/2015 — Arizona offensive lineman Jordan Poland charged with suspicion of trafficking in stolen property.

7/22/2015 — Tennessee offensive/defensive lineman Charles Mosley charged with first-offense driving under the influence and speeding.

7/21/2015 — Pittsburgh defensive end Rori Blair charged with driving under the influence and driving at an unsafe speed.

7/21/2015 — UMass tight end Todd Stafford charged with second-degree breach of peace.

7/18/2015 — San Jose State wide receiver Kanya Bell Jr. charged with domestic battery.

7/14/2015 — Colorado fullback/defensive end George Frazier charged with suspicion of suspicion of driving under the influence, driving under the influence per se, underage possession of alcohol and a traffic violation.

7/9/2015 — Central Michigan defensive back Brandon Greer charged with assault and attempted kidnapping.

7/1/2015 — Utah defensive back Dominique Hatfield arrested investigation of aggravated robbery.

6/30/2015 — Florida State quarterback De’Andre Johnson charged with misdemeanor battery.

6/27/2015 — Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil charged with domestic violence-simple assault.

6/24/2015 — Clemson kicker Ammon Lakip charged with possession of cocaine and driving under the influence.

6/23/2015 — Arizona State defensive tackle George Lea arrested on felony charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, burglary in the first degree and unlawful imprisonment.

6/22/2015 — Purdue defensive end Gelen Robinson charged with operating a vehicle with a blood alcohol content of 0.15 percent or more and illegal possession of an alcoholic beverage.

6/18/2015 — LSU quarterback Anthony Jennings, defensive lineman Maquedius Bain and defensive back Dwayne Thomas charged with unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling.

6/18/2015 — LSU defensive tackleTrey Lealaimatafao charged with simple battery and simple robbery.

6/17/2015 — Indiana defensive back Antonio Allen arrested on multiple felony drug charges.

6/13/2015 — Pittsburgh wide receiver Tyler Boyd charged with driving under the influence.

6/13/2015 — North Texas wide receiver D’Aundrey Bradley charged with misdemeanor theft of over $50 and under $500.

6/2/2015 — Bowling Green defensive end Bryan Thomas charged with felonious assault.

5/26/2015 — LSU offensive lineman Jevonte Domond charged with felony domestic abuse.

5/24/2015 — Rutgers wide receiver Darian Dailey charged with robbery with a firearm.

5/24/2015 — Indiana wide receiver Isaac Griffith charged with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated with endangerment, operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated with a blood alcohol content above 0.08 and illegal consumption.

5/21/2015 — Penn State wide receiver Da’Quan Davis charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana for personal use and use or possession of drug paraphernalia.

5/21/2015 — Southern Miss wide receivers James Cox and Kyle Foster charged with armed robbery, kidnapping and burglary of an occupied dwelling.

5/15/2015 — Western Kentucky running back Leon Allen cited for alcohol intoxication in a public place, second-degree criminal trespassing, and menacing.

5/13/2015 — Michigan associate athletics director for football Jim Minick charged with suspicion of driving under the influence.

5/11/2015 — Western Kentucky running back Leon Allen charged with alcohol intoxication in a public place.

5/6/2015 — Marshall running back Steward Butler charged with two counts of battery.

5/5/2015 — Texas Tech wide receiver Reginald Davis charged with possession of marijuana.

5/4/2015 — West Virginia offensive lineman Russell Haughton-James charged with felony burglary.

5/1/2015 — Georgia Southern defensive end Ross Alexander and linebacker Kurt Oehlbeck charged with one count each of possession of a schedule I controlled substance and criminal trespass, while safety Alexander Yost was charged with criminal trespass and criminal attempt to commit a felony.

4/30/2015 — Northwestern walk-on Xavier Menifield charged with two counts of aggravated unlawful use of a weapon and possession of firearm ammunition without a firearm owners’ ID card.

4/30/2015 — Auburn defensive end Elijah Daniel charged with four counts each of burglary and theft.

4/29/2015 — Alabama cornerback Cyrus Jones charged with domestic violence harassment and domestic violence mischief.

4/27/2015 — Mississippi State athlete Deshun Dixon charged with driving under the influence.

4/25/2015 — Boise State quarterback Ryan Finley charged with possession of an alcoholic beverage as a minor and resisting or obstructing officers.

4/22/2015 — UConn tight end Sean McQuillan charged with second-degree assault and disorderly conduct.

4/21/2015 — Nebraska cornerback Boaz Joseph cited for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

4/20/2015 — Cal wide receivers coach/recruiting coordinator Pierre Ingram charged with solicitation of a lewd act.

4/20/2015 — Northern Illinois linebacker Rasheen Lemon charged with domestic battery.

4/20/2015 — Indiana defensive lineman Ralph Green III charged with battery, public intoxication and disorderly conduct.

4/19/2015 — UCLA running back Soso Jamabo charged with evading arrest with a vehicle, minor consumption of alcohol, minor in possession of alcohol, speeding, driving without possessing a driver’s license and disregarding a stop sign.

4/19/2015 — Florida cornerback J.C. Jackson charged with suspicion of armed robbery.

4/15/2015 — Bowling Green cornerback Nick Johnson charged with misdemeanor assault.

4/12/2015 — Iowa State wide receiver Jake Rhoads and defensive tackle Terry Ayeni charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct, respectively.

4/8/2015 — West Virginia defensive lineman Kyle Rose charged with obstructing an officer, battery on an officer, public intoxication and disorderly conduct.

3/31/2015 — Alabama running back Tyren Jones charged with second-degree possession of marijuana.

3/30/2015 — North Carolina graduate assistantGerald McRath charged with driving while impaired.

3/29/2015 — Alabama defensive lineman Jonathan Taylor charged with domestic violence/assault and domestic violence/criminal mischief.

3/28/2015 — Alabama defensive back Geno Smith charged with driving under the influence.

3/26/2015 — Tennessee offensive lineman Coleman Thomas charged with felony theft.

3/20/2015 — Utah State wide receiver Gregory Weichers charged with distribution of a controlled substance and sexual battery.

3/17/2015 — Temple offensive tackle Dion Dawkins and defensive lineman Haason Reddick charged with aggravated assault.

3/16/2015 — Arizona State linebacker Davon Durant charged with one count of felony aggravated assault and three counts of misdemeanor disorderly conduct .

3/16/2015 — Mississippi State offensive lineman Elgton Jenkins arrested on a warrant for simple assault.

3/14/2015 — Mississippi State wide receiverDe’Runnya Wilson charged with possession of marijuana in the second degree and possession of drug paraphernalia.

3/13/2015 — Colorado defensive lineman Josh Tupou charged with suspicion of second-degree assault, two counts of third-degree assault, criminal mischief, trespassing and reckless endangerment.

3/11/2015 — Texas A&M wide receiver Frank Iheanacho charged with failure to identify and providing false information.

3/4/2015 — Virginia Tech running back Shai McKenzie charged with two counts of contributing to the delinquency of  a minor

3/4/2015 — Western Kentucky defensive lineman Evan Sayner charged with alcohol intoxication in a public place, displaying or possession of a canceled or fictitious license and being a person age 18-20 possessing/purchasing/attempting to purchase/having another purchase alcohol.

2/23/2015 — Arkansas defensive end Tevin Beanum charged with suspicion of driving while intoxicated and illegal possession of alcohol.

2/14/2015 — South Carolina defensive end signee Shameik Blackshear charged with petit larceny.

2/13/2015 — BYU running back signee Charles West charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and possession of marijuana.

2/8/2015 — Virginia Tech tight end Bucky Hodges charged with public intoxication.

1/27/2015 — Ohio linebacker Quentin Poling charged with disorderly/fight or threaten.

1/27/2015 — Oklahoma safety Hatari Byrd cited for drug paraphernalia and unlawful possession of alcohol.

1/26/2015 — Iowa running backs Jonathan Parker andAkrum Wadley cited for disorderly house.

1/22/2015 — West Virginia offensive lineman Yodny Cajuste, linebacker Jaleel Fields, safety Dravon Henry and linebacker Xavier Preston cited for possession of marijuana.

1/22/2015 — Ole Miss safety Trae Elston and wide receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow charged with disorderly conduct.  Elston was also charged with resisting arrest.

1/20/2015 — Alabama linebacker Ryan Anderson charged with third-degree domestic violence and criminal mischief.

1/16/2015 — Tulsa offensive lineman Zach Webb charged with possession of firearms and drug paraphernalia.

1/15/2015 — Colorado offensive lineman Isaiah Holland charged with sexual assault of an at-risk victim, sexual contact with an at-risk victim and two counts of second-degree burglary.

1/14/2015 — Iowa State wide receiver Jauan Wesley charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated.

1/11/2015 — Louisville defensive back Terrence Ross charged with assault of a police or probation officer, disorderly conduct and possession of marijuana.

1/11/2015 — USC defensive lineman Don Hill charged with suspicion of driving under the influence.

12/21/2014 — Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly charged with (take a deep breath) third-degree assault, second-degree harassment, second-degree menacing, resisting arrest, fourth-degree criminal mischief, second-degree obstructing governmental administration and third-degree criminal trespass.

12/19/2014 — Florida quarterback Treon Harris charged with operating a motor vehicle without a valid license.

12/18/2014 — Tennessee running back Jalen Hurd cited for underage consumption of alcohol.

12/16/2014 — Bowling Green quarterback Matt Johnson charged with obstructing official business.

12/16/2014 — Kansas State defensive tackle Terrell Clinkscales charged with failure to appear, suspicion of witness/victim intimidation and criminal damage to property.

12/16/2014 — Iowa State defensive lineman Devlyn Cousin charged with simple serious domestic assault and obstruction of emergency communication.

12/12/2014 — Bowling Green defensive lineman Jhalil Croley charged with aggravated trafficking in drugs and resisting arrest.

12/12/2014: Oklahoma State athlete Tyreek Hill charged with domestic abuse by strangulation.

12/4/2014: East Carolina linebacker Davonte Spruill charged with felony second-degree kidnapping and misdemeanor simple assault.

11/29/2014 — Arizona wide receiver Samajie Grant cited for suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs and charged with minor in possession of spirituous liquor, person under 21 in physical control of a motor vehicle with spirituous liquor and driving without a valid operator’s license.

11/21/2014 — Mississippi State safety safety Justin Cox charged with suspicion of burglary of a dwelling and aggravated domestic violence.

11/16/2014 — Michigan defensive end Frank Clark charged with domestic violence.

11/8/2014 — Missouri cornerback Aarion Penton charged with possession of marijuana.

11/5/2014 — Arizona State defensive end Demetrius Cherry charged with driving under the influence.

11/5/2014 — Utah State wide receiver Hayden Weichers cited for soliciting a prostitute.

11/3/2014 — North Carolina running back Romar Morris charged with driving while intoxicated.

10/31/2014 — Penn State tight end Brent Wilkerson, safety Anthony Smith, defensive end Garrett Sickels and center Wendy Laurent charged with criminal mischief.

10/29/2014 — Central Michigan wide receiver Eric Cooper charged with receiving or concealing stolen property.

10/25/2014 — Iowa linebacker Reggie Spearman charged with operating while intoxicated.

10/22/2014 — Rutgers wide receiver Ruhann Peele charged with simple assault.

10/21/2014 — Cincinnati quarterbackJarred Evans charged with misdemeanor assault.

10/21/2014 — Oklahoma State wide receiver Jhajuan Seales and cornerback Juwan Offray charged with public intoxication.

10/17/2014 — Oklahoma football chaplain Kent Bowles charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, larceny, concealment of stolen property and obtaining cash or merchandise by bogus check or false pretenses.

10/14/2014 — Hawaii running back Joey Iosefa arrested for suspicion of drunk driving.

10/11/2014 — Louisville wide receiver Cameron Polk charged with possessing and trafficking marijuana, hydrocodone pills and codeine syrup.

10/8/2014 — Kentucky defensive lineman Lloyd Tubman charged with first-degree rape.

10/5/2014 — Georgia defensive back Shaquille Jones charged with shoplifting.

10/2/2014 — Kentucky wide receiver Dorian Baker, running back Stanley Williams, quarterback Drew Barker, and defensive end Tymere Dubose charged with second-degree disorderly conduct.

9/30/2014 — Cincinnati Director of Player Welfare & Development Antrione Archer charged with third-degree sex abuse.

9/18/2014 — Cincinnati cornerback Alex Thomas charged with attempting to flee police.

9/17/2014 — West Virginia cornerback Daryl Worley charged with battery.

9/15/2014 — Central Michigan running back Thomas Rawls charged with one felony count of larceny and two felony counts of stealing credit cards.

9/15/2014 — Miami QB Kevin Olsen charged with driving under the influence and possession of a fake or stolen driver’s license.

9/10/2014 — Wake Forest center Cody Preble charged with misdemeanor larceny.

9/10/2014 — Washington State defensive lineman Daniel Ekuale charged with minor frequenting a tavern; running back Theron West charged with reckless driving.

9/9/2014 — Wake Forest quarterback Kevin Sousa charged with driving while impaired.

9/9/2014 — North Texas defensive back John Schilleci charged with evading arrest.

9/4/2014 — Western Michigan linebacker Eddie Rolle and defensive lineman Devante Lee charged with second-degree retail fraud.

9/3/2014 — Eastern Michigan defensive back Darius Scott and wide receivers Quincy Jones and Jay Jones charged with aggravated assault.

8/27/2014 — Kentucky wide receiver Rashad Cunningham charged with theft of property.

8/26/2014 — Tulane running back Robert Kelley charged with simple robbery and simple battery.

8/21/2014 — Indiana wide receiver Caleb Cornett charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated.

8/20/2014 — Michigan State wide receiver Macgarrett Kings Jr. charged with driving under the influence.

8/19/2014 — Ole Miss wide receiver Sammie Epps charged with possession of marijuana and driving without valid license.

8/15/2014 — Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon charged with an act resulting in gross injury.

8/9/2014 — Michigan wide receiver Csont’e York charged with one count of aggravated assault and two counts of assault or assault and battery.

8/7/2014 — USF graduate assistant coach Michael Lanaris charged with shoplifting.

8/2/2014 — Washington State wide receiver Drew Loftus charged with assault in the fourth degree.

7/30/2014 — New Mexico offensive lineman Jamal Price charged with breaking & entering and conspiracy to commit a fourth-degree felony.

7/30/2014 — LSU defensive end Davon Godchaux charged with criminal mischief.

7/30/2014 — LSU defensive tackle Trey Lealaimatafao charged with theft of a bicycle.

7/30/2014 — Marshall running back Kevin Grooms charged with felony burglary and misdemeanor petit larceny and fleeing on foot.

7/30/2014 — Utah quarterback Travis Wilson cited for underage consumption of alcohol.

7/26/2014 — Georgia linebacker Davin Bellamy charged with driving under the influence and speeding.

7/24/2014 — Texas wide receivers Kendall Sanders and Montrel Meander charged with felony sexual assault.

7/22/2014 — Duke defensive back Hud Mellencamp charged with illegal consumption of an alcoholic beverage.

7/22/2014 — Georgia defensive tackle Jonathan Taylor charged with felony aggravated assault.

7/21/2014 — Bowling Green running back William Houston charged with attempted rape.

7/20/2014 — Idaho wide receiver Dezmon Epps charged with driving under the influence.

7/20/2014 — Texas A&M defensive back Victor Davis charged with shoplifting.

7/16/2014 — Utah State wide receiver Bruce Natson charged with misdemeanor theft.

7/16/2014 — Utah State wide receiver Ronald Butler charged with suspicion of driving under the influence.

7/15/2014 — Baylor offensive lineman Jacob Kyle charged with aggravated assault causing severe bodily injury.

7/15/2014 — West Virginia running back Wendell Smallwood charged with witness intimidation.

7/14/2014 — Utah State wide receiver Ronald Butler charged with driving under the influence and improper lane change.

7/14/2014 — Florida cornerback Jalen Tabor cited for possession of marijuana.

7/13/2014 — Alabama defensive tackle Jarran Reed charged with driving under the influence.

7/11/2014 — Boise State linebacker Mat Boesen charged with inattentive or careless driving and resisting or obstructing officers.

7/11/2014 — Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall cited for possession of marijuana and window tint.

7/10/2014 — Florida State wide receiver Jesus Wilson charged with grand theft moped.

7/8/2014 — Miami linebackers JaWand Blue and Alexander Figueroa charged with sexual battery.

7/5/2014 — Ohio State defensive lineman Tracy Sprinkle arrested and charged following a bar altercation.  He was ultimately charged with possession of drugs, heroin, drug paraphernalia, rioting/failure to disperse.

7/5/2014 — Alabama running back Kenyan Drake charged with obstructing government operations.

7/2/2014 — Central Michigan wide receiver Andrew Flory was charged with two misdemeanor counts of second degree retail fraud and one count of marijuana possession; defensive back Ryan Oruche was charged with two misdemeanor counts of second degree retail fraud and one felony count of unarmed robbery.

7/2/2014 — North Texas linebacker Sed Ellis and tight end Chris Loving charged with misdemeanor theft.

6/28/2014 — Auburn defensive back Jonathon Mincy charged with marijuana possession.

6/25/2014 — Ole Miss defensive back Senquez Golson charged with disorderly conduct.

6/25/2014 — Oklahoma defensive back Steven Parker charged with public intoxication.

6/19/2014 — Washington State linebacker Ivan McLennan charged with unlawful handling of weapons capable of producing bodily harm.

6/16/2014 — Notre Dame wide receiver Will Mahone charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, assault on a police officer, intimidation of a public servant and vandalism of a government entity. The latter three charges are felonies.

6/15/2014 — Iowa defensive lineman Dean Tsopanides charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated.

6/15/2014 — Nebraska wide receiver Jariah Tolbert charged with obstructing a police officer, possession of marijuana and possession or use of drug paraphernalia.

6/15/2014 — Nebraska cornerback Boaz Joseph cited for theft by unlawful taking.

6/13/2014 — Akron running back Bryan Green, safety Johnny Robinson and cornerback Donte Williams charged with felony aggravated riot; felony aggravated riot and aggravated menacing; felony aggravated riot, obstructing and resisting arrest, respectively.

6/11/2014 — LSU defensive back Jalen Mills charged with second-degree assault.

6/7/2014 — Iowa defensive back Nico Law charged with disorderly conduct.

6/6/2014 — North Carolina tight end Avery Edwards charged with felony larceny.

6/6/2014 — Oklahoma State running backDevon Thomas charged with first-degree burglary.

6/3/2014 — Texas A&M linebacker Darian Claiborne and defensive lineman Isaiah Golden charged with aggravated robbery.

5/31/2014 — USF defensive line coach Eric Mathies charged with driving under the influence.

5/30/2014 — Oklahoma State running back Devon Thomas charged with armed robbery and shooting with intent to kill; charges of kidnapping, first-degree burglary and conspiracy to commit a felony were subsequently added.

5/21/2014 — Ohio State linebacker Craig Fada charged with underage consumption.

5/16/2014 — Western Kentucky linebacker Nick Holt charged with alcohol intoxication in a public place, resisting arrest and second-degree disorderly conduct.

5/15/2014 — Cal defensive back Damariay Drew charged with battery with serious bodily injury and inflicting great bodily injury in the commission of a felony.

5/12/2014 — Rutgers quarterback Phillip Nelson charged with first-degree assault and third-degree assault.

5/7/2014 — Oregon State linebacker Caleb Saulo charged with failure to appear.

5/5/2014 — Oregon linebacker Rahim Cassell charged with driving under the influence.

5/2/2014 — Baylor wide receiver Robbie Rhodes charged possession of marijuana and tampering with physical evidence.

4/30/2014 — New Mexico cornerback SaQwan Edwards charged with criminal sexual penetration.

4/30/2014 — Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston cited for misdemeanor shoplifting.

4/28/2014 — LSU defensive lineman Frank Herron charged with misdemeanor theft.

4/24/2014 — Mississippi State defensive lineman Jordan Washington charged with suspicion of residential burglary and robbery by threats.

4/23/2014 — Michigan offensive lineman Graham Glasgow charged with operating a vehicle under the influence.

4/23/2014 — TCU wide receiver Brandon Carter charged with possession of marijuana.

4/22/2014 — New Mexico running back Crusoe Gongbay charged with two counts of second-degree criminal sexual penetration and one count of kidnapping.

4/22/2014 — Tulane wide receiver Teddy Veal charged with simple rape.

4/16/2014 — Texas A&M defensive back Howard Matthews charged with speeding and failure to provide a driver’s licence, wide receiver Edward Pope and defensive lineman Gavin Stansbury charged with failure to appear.

4/11/2014 — Iowa State defensive end David Irving charged with fifth-degree theft, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief.

4/10/2014 — Iowa State running back DeVondrick Nealy charged with an excessive noise violation.

4/10/2014 — Alabama linebacker Dillon Lee charged with driving under the influence.

4/8/2014 — Penn State offensive lineman Anthony Alosi charged with simple assault, conspiracy to commit simple assault and harassment.

4/6/2014 — Texas A&M wide receiver Ricky Seals-Jones charged with disorderly conduct.

4/2/2014 — Alabama running back Altee Tenpenny charged with possession of a controlled substance.

3/31/2014 — Kansas wide receiver Mark Thomas charged with aggravated sexual battery.

3/28/2014 — Texas A&M quarterback Kenny Hill charged with public intoxication.

3/27/2014 — Michigan offensive lineman Graham Glasgow charged with driving-related offense.

3/24/2014 — BYU running back Jamaal Williams charged with underage consumption of alcohol.

3/23/2014 — South Carolina offensive lineman Na’Ty Rodgers charged with disorderly conduct and consumption of alcohol by a person under the age of 21.

3/19/2014 — Florida State offensive lineman Ira Denson charged with petty theft and illegal use of a debit card.

3/18/2014 — Georgia wide receiver Uriah LeMay, defensive back Tray Matthews, defensive lineman John Taylor (no relation) and defensive end James DeLoach charged with theft by deception.

3/17/2014 — Missouri cornerback Aarion Penton and safety Shaun Rupert charged with suspicion of possessing fewer than 35 grams of marijuana.

3/12/2014 — Washington State cornerback Daquawn Brown charged with felony second-degree assault and misdemeanor assault.

2/27/2014 — East Carolina wide receiver Danny Webster charged with driving while intoxicated.

2/26/2014 — Colorado defensive back Jeffery Hall charged with suspicion of second-degree assault of a police officer, resisting arrest, obstruction and possession of alcohol by a minor.

2/25/2014 — Louisville linebacker Sharieff Rhaheed-Muhammad charged with lewd and lascivious behavior involving a victim between the ages of 12 and 16.

2/24/2014 — Texas A&M defensive lineman Isaiah Golden charged with possession of marijuana, while Aggies linebacker Darian Claiborne was charged with disorderly conduct.

2/18/2014 — TCU wide receiver LaDarius Brown charged with marijuana possession.

2/18/2014 — Vanderbilt defensive line coach Vavae Tata charged with driving under the influence and leaving the scene of an accident with property damage.

2/17/2014 — Ole Miss linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche charged with disturbing the peace, disorderly conduct and failure to comply; Ole Miss linebacker Sedarius Bryant charged with public drunk and disturbing the peace.

2/17/2014 — Former Alabama running back Dee Hart charged with giving false information and possession of marijuana.

2/14/2014 — Former Alabama running back Alvin Kamara charged with driving on a suspended license, no driver’s license, safety belts required and failure to appear.

2/13/2013 — Ole Miss defensive end Channing Ward charged with DUI first offense, no insurance and improper equipment.

2/10/2014 — Washington State wide receiver Gabe Marks charged with fourth-degree assault, second-degree criminal trespass, being a minor intoxicated in public and frequenting a tavern.

2/9/2014 — Tennessee linebacker A.J. Johnson and defensive tackle Danny O’Brien charged following an alcohol-related arrest.

2/8/2014 — Auburn cornerback Kalvaraz Bessent charged with possession of marijuana over 20 grams and possession with intent and possession of drug paraphernalia. The first two charges are felonies.

2/3/2014 — Nevada running back Chris Solomon charged with first-degree battery.

1/29/2014 — Ole Miss defensive back Bobby Hill charged with sexual battery.

1/24/2014 — Missouri wide receiver Levi Copelin charged with disturbing the peace.

1/23/2014 — North Carolina linebacker Travis Hughes charged with assault.

1/22/2014 — Ohio State tight end Marcus Baugh cited for underage consumption of alcohol and false identification.

1/21/2014 — Nevada running back Chris Solomon charged with misdemeanor first-degree battery.

1/20/2014 — USF cornerback Kenneth Durden charged with one count of cannabis possession.

1/19/2014 — Alabama cornerback Tony Brown charged with failure to obey and resisting arrest.

1/17/2014 — Kentucky wide receiver Demarco Robinson charged with resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and violation of a noise ordinance.

1/13/2014 — Georgia cornerback Shaq Wiggins charged with driving on a suspended license.

1/11/2014 — Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham charged with distribution, delivery, manufacture or production of a controlled substance.

12/22/2013 — Texas A&M linebacker Darian Claiborne charged with possession of a dangerous drug and possession of less than two ounces of marijuana.

12/17/2013 — Middle Tennessee State wide receiver Devin Clarke charged with shoplifting.

12/16/2013 — Oregon defensive back Troy Hill charged with fourth-degree assault.

12/16/2013 — Troy linebacker Dimitri Miles charged with murder.

12/5/2013 — North Carolina State running back Shadrach Thornton charged with simple possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

12/5/2013 –LSU running back Jeryl Brazil charged with felony simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling.

12/3/2013 — West Virginia cornerback Travis Bell charged with driving under the influence and driving with a suspended or revoked license.

11/30/2013 — Marshall running back Kevin Grooms was arrested early Saturday morning and charged with domestic battery and obstruction.

11/25/2013 — Illinois assistant director of player personnel and relations Matt Sinclair charged with two felony counts of unlawful use of a weapon.

11/25/2013 — Iowa State linebacker Anthony Lazard charged with operating (a vehicle) while intoxicated

11/14/2013 — Iowa State defensive end David Irving charged with domestic assault with injury and simple assault.

11/13/2013 — Nebraska tight end Trey Foster cited for driving under the influence and minor in possession of alcohol.

11/7/2013 — Texas A&M defensive back Kenneth Marshall charged with possession of marijuana between two and four ounces and possession of a dangerous drug.

11/1/2013 — Iowa linebacker Marcus Collins charged with operating while intoxicated and driving under suspension.

11/1/2013 — Georgia wide receiver Jordan Scott-Wesley charged with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana and possession/use of a drug object.

11/1/2013 — LSU defensive back Kavahra Holmes charged with simple battery.

10/31/2013 — Syracuse kicker Ryan Norton charged with resisting arrest and underage possession of alcohol.

10/31/2013 — Mississippi State defensive tackle Quay Evans arrested for suspicion of driving without a license and disregarding a traffic control device.

10/29/2013 — Michigan tight end A.J. Williams charged with operating a vehicle under the influence and underage drinking.

10/28/2013 — Rutgers cornerback Nadir Barnwell has charged with driving under the influence and careless driving.

10/23/2013 — LSU defensive back Jeryl Brazil charged with simple battery and simple criminal damage.

10/15/2013 — Oklahoma wide receiver Trey Metoyer charged with two felony counts of indecent exposure.

10/14/2013 — Louisville linebacker George Durant charged with speeding, reckless driving, failure of owner to maintain insurance and failure to carry an operator’s license.

10/8/2013 — NIU RB Cameron Stingily arrested on a failure to appear warrant.

10/4/2013 — Washington State defensive lineman Emmitt Su’a-Kalio arrested and booked for felony second degree assault.

9/30/2013 — Purdue wide receivers B.J. Knauf and Jordon Woods charged with suspicion of theft.

9/27/2013 — Baylor DB Ahmad Dixon was charged with misdemeanor assault.

9/25/2013 — UCF linebacker Will Mitchell charged with driving under the influence.

9/17/2013 — Colorado running back Terrence Crowder charged with domestic violence, third-degree assault and harassment.

9/12/2013 — West Virginia linebacker d’Vante Henry charged with second-degree sexual assault.

9/9/2013 — Ole Miss defensive back Charles Sawyer charged with driving under the influence.

9/1/2013 — Bowling Green offensive line coach Bill Durkin charged with driving under the influence.

8/30/2013 — Ohio University cornerback Larenzo Fisher charged with four felony counts of aggravated trafficking in drugs, while Bobcat quarterback Greg Windham was charge with one felony count of aggravated trafficking in drugs.

8/27/2013 — Oklahoma offensive lineman Jake Reed charged with burglary and assault.

8/18/2013 — Alabama cornerback Geno Smith charged with driving under the influence.

8/17/2013 — Vanderbilt wide receiver Chris Boyd charged with one felony count of accessory after the fact.

8/17/2013 — Auburn safety Demetruce McNeal charged with possession of marijuana.

8/13/2013 — UConn running back Joe Williams charged with alleged credit card theft, illegal use of credit card and larceny.

8/11/2013 — Western Michigan running back Tevin Drake charged with domestic battery, resisting with violence, resisting without violence and battery of a law enforcement officer.

8/7/2013 — North Carolina State running back Shadrach Thornton charged with assault on a female.

8/4/2013 — Western Kentucky running back Leon Allen was charged with second-degree disorderly conduct.

7/25/2013 — UTEP defensive back Richard Spencer charged with suspicion of assault causing bodily injury and evading arrest.

7/23/2013 — Ole Miss quarterback Barry Brunetti charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

7/22/2013 — Oklahoma defensive back Londell Taylor charged with suspicion of driving under the influence and driving with a canceled/suspended license.

7/22/2013 — Ohio State defensive lineman Tim Gardner charged with obstruction of official business.

7/22/2013 — Ohio State cornerback Bradley Roby charged with battery resulting in bodily injury.

7/21/2013 — Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison charged with interfering with police by harassing a police animal.

7/20/2013 — Middle Tennessee State defensive tackle Marcus Robinson and cornerback Rodney O’Neal charged with two counts each of aiding and abetting.

7/20/2013 — Oklahoma defensive back Kass Everett cited for failure to yield while making a left turn.

7/20/2013 — Middle Tennessee State defensive tackle J.D. Jones charged with two counts of aggravated assault.

7/20/2013 — West Virginia defensive lineman Korey Harris charged with first-degree armed robbery.

7/16/2013 — UTSA defensive end Will Ritter charged with assault with injury and public intoxication.

7/15/2013 — Ohio State tight end Marcus Baugh charged with underage consumption and carrying a fake ID

7/15/2013 — FIU starting running back Kendrick Rhodes arrested on weapons charges.

7/11/2013 — Kentucky defensive back Ashely Lowery cited for driving under the influence.

7/10/2013 — Oregon running back Tyree Robinson charged with physical harassment.

7/9/2013 — Washington wide receiver Kasen Williams charged with consuming alcohol or marijuana while driving.

7/8/2013 — LSU running back Jeremy Hill charged with simple battery.

7/5/2013 — Maryland running back Wes Brown charged with second-degree assault of a police officer, theft of under $1,000 and illegal use of wiretapping.

7/2/2013 — Georgia kicker Marshall Morgan charged with boating under the influence.

7/1/2013 — Texas A&M cornerback Deshazor Everett and safety Floyd Raven charged with two counts each of assault causing bodily harm.

7/1/2013 — Florida punter Grant Van Aman charged with driving under the influence.

6/28/2013 — Mississippi State linebacker Chris Jones charged with third-degree assault and third-degree domestic violence.

6/27/2013 — Minnesota linebacker Lamonte Edwards  charged with stealing an iPhone.

6/16/2013 — Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison charged with first-degree simple battery.

6/14/2013 — TCU cornerback David Jenkins charged with two counts of suspicion of burglary of a habitation.

6/12/2013 — Arizona defensive back Andres Garcia charged with two counts of suspicion sexual assault and one count of assault/domestic violence.

6/10/2013 — Florida State wide receiver Greg Dent charged with sexual assault of a person over the age of 12.

5/29/2013 — Kansas defensive end Chris Martin charged with suspicion of aggravated robbery, conspiracy to commit aggravated robbery and kidnapping.

5/24/2013 — Nebraska defensive end Avery Moss charged with public indecency, disturbing the peace and failing to appear.

5/23/2013 — Miami of Ohio-turned-Kansas wide receiver Nick Harwell charged with attempted theft.

5/20/2013 — UT-San Antonio running back CheRod Simpson charged with resisting arrest, criminal trespass, public intoxication and disorderly conduct.

5/18/2013 — Akron cornerback Seth Cunningham charged with aggravated robbery.

5/12/2013 — Nebraska transfer offensive lineman Alex Lewis charged with second-degree assault and two counts of harassment.

5/12/2013 — Colorado quarterback Jordan Webb charged with second-degree assault.

5/10/2013 — Oklahoma quarterback Kendal Thompson charged with public intoxication and interfering with a police officer.

5/4/2013 — North Texas defensive tackle Richard Abbe charged with driving under the influence.

4/27/2013 — LSU running back Jeremy Hill charged with battery.

4/26/2013 — Pittsburgh linebacker Eric Williams, tight endAndrew Carswell and defensive linemenKhanyin Moslesy-Smith charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

4/22/2013 — Marshall running back Kevin Grooms charged with underage consumption of alcohol and obstruction.

4/21/2013 —  Virginia Tech running back Michael Holmes charged with two counts of simple assault and one count of malicious wounding.

4/21/2013 — Colorado State defensive end Johnny Schupp charged with third-degree assault, domestic violence enhancement and harassment

4/19/2013 — Miami cornerback Gabe Terry charged with possession of marijuana and resisting arrest without violence

4/16/2013 — Kansas tight end Nick Sizemore charged with suspicion of operating a vehicle under the influence, failing to carry out duties upon striking an unattended vehicle and failure to report an accident.

4/11/2013 — Iowa State defensive end Willie Scott charged with possession of a controlled substance.

4/9/2013 — Marshall wide receiver Angelo Jean-Louis charged with two felony counts of fraudulent use of an access device.

4/7/2013 — Texas wide receiver Kendall Sanders charged with driving under the influence.

3/21/2013 — Ole Miss wide receiver Philander Moore charged with domestic violence simple assault.

3/19/2013 — USF wide receiver Terrence Mitchell charged with possession of marijuana.

3/14/2013 — Utah State linebacker Jake Doughty charged with providing alcohol to a minor.

3/12/2013 — Texas wide receiver Cayleb Jones charged with felony aggravated assault.

3/10/2013 — Washington tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins charged with driving under the influence.

3/8/2013 — East Carolina running back Vintavious Cooper charged with possession of marijuana.

3/6/2013 — Syracuse defensive end Markus Pierce-Brewster and defensive tackle Davon Walls charged with felony burglary and misdemeanor petit larceny.

3/1/2013 — Kansas State wide receiver Tramaine Thompson charged with failure to appear.

2/26/2013 — Penn State running back Akeel Lynch charged with criminal misconduct.

2/23/2013 — Georgia tight end Ty Flournoy-Smith charged with falsely reporting a crime.

2/20/2013 — Washington State wide receiver Gabe Marks charged with minor in possession-exhibiting.

2/19/2013 — Middle Tennessee State offensive lineman Adam Stickel charged with underage consumption, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and public intoxication.

2/19/2013 — Middle Tennessee State cornerback Jared Singletary charged with disorderly conduct.

2/19/2013 — Middle Tennessee State wide receiver Marcus Henry charged with disorderly conduct and both evading and resisting arrest.

2/19/2013 — West Virginia defensive back Karl Joseph charged with driving under the influence and possessing false identification.

2/19/2013 — West Virginia defensive back Travis Bell charged with domestic battery.

2/19/2013 — North Carolina State fullback Logan Winkles charged with driving while impaired, being under the legal drinking age and driving after consuming alcohol.

2/13/2013 — Arkansas defensive lineman Austin Flynn charged with driving while intoxicated, careless driving and no proof of insurance.

2/12/2013 — Alabama defensive back Eddie Williams charged with carrying a pistol without a license.

2/12/2013 — Alabama running back Brent Calloway charged with fraudulent use of a credit/debit card.

2/12/2013 — Alabama defensive back Eddie Williams charged with second-degree robbery and fraudulent use of a credit/debit card.

2/12/2013 — Alabama linebacker Tyler Hayes, defensive lineman D.J. Pettway charged with second-degree robbery.

2/7/2013 — Florida cornerback Loucheiz Purifoy charged with possession of marijuana.

2/7/2013 — USC tight end Junior Pomee charged with felony burglary, grand theft and possession of stolen goods

2/2/2013 — Texas A&M defensive lineman Kirby Ennis charged with discharging/displaying a firearm and disorderly conduct.

2/2/2013 — Texas quarterback Connor Brewer charged with public intoxication and minor in possession of alcohol.

2/2/2013 — Washington State wide receiver Drew Loftus charged with third-degree theft, minor in possession of alcohol and public intoxication.

2/1/2013 — Washington State running back Leon Brooks charged with driving under the influence.

1/28/2013 — Virginia Tech linebacker Dahman McKinnon charged with felony fleeing the scene of an accident and operating a motor vehicle without insurance.

1/20/2013 — Kentucky linebacker Ben Heeney charged with misdemeanor battery

1/19/2013 — Florida offensive lineman Jessamen Dunker charged with grand theft of a motor vehicle and a non-moving traffic violation.

1/8/2013 — Kentucky offensive lineman T.J. Jones charged with a weapon law violation.

1/7/2013 — Florida State running back James Wilder Jr. charged with failure to appear.

12/24/2012 — Oklahoma defensive tackle Stacy McGee charged with driving under the influence and driving on a revoked/suspended license.

12/22/2012 — Syracuse linebacker Marquis Spruill charged with disorderly conduct and second-degree harassment.

12/22/2012 — Syracuse running back Steven Rene charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

12/19/2012 — Missouri safety Ka’ra Stewart charged with possession of marijuana.

12/18/2012 — Nevada cornerback Charles Garrett charged with minor in possession and providing false statement/obstruction with police.

12/15/2012 — North Texas running back Antoinne Jimmerson and cornerback Freddie Warner charged with theft.

12/11/2012 — Miami cornerback Thomas Finnie charged with occupied burglary and grand theft.

12/10/2012 — Oklahoma cornerback Joe Powell charged withfacing felony charges of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.

12/8/2012 — Three Oregon State Beavers were hit with multiple charges: defensive end Rudolf Fifita (third-degree assault and second-degree disorderly conduct), defensive tackle Mana Rosa (third-degree assault and second-degree disorderly conduct) and linebacker Dyllon Mafi (third-degree assault, second-degree disorderly conduct and misrepresentation of age by a minor).

12/4/2012 — Virginia Tech football players Joshua Trimble and Brian Rody charged with manufacturing and detonating an explosive device.

12/2/2012 — Oklahoma wide receiver Jalen Saunders and cornerback Cortez Johnson arrested on a controlled substance complaint.

11/29/2012 — Southern Miss quarterback Anthony Alford charged with aggravated assault

11/27/2012 — Pittsburgh defensive back Steve Williams charged with simple assault.

11/26/2012 — Tennessee tight end Brendan Downs charged with underage consumption of alcohol and public intoxication.

11/25/2012 — Iowa running back Barkley Hill charged with operating while intoxicated.

11/20/2012 — UTEP wide receiver Jordan Leslie charged unlawful carrying of a weapon and making a terroristic threat.

11/15/2012 — Georgia linebackerCarlton Stagg charged with driving under the influence and underage consumption.

11/13/2012 — Washington State linebacker Chester Su’a arrested on a failure to appear warrant.

11/4/2012 — Arkansas linebacker Terrell Williams charged with driving under the influence.

11/2/2012 — Pittsburgh running back Ray Graham, wide receiver Devin Street and defensive back Lafayette Pitts charged with assault and conspiracy.

10/30/2012 — Oklahoma State defensive tackle Calvin Barnett charge with driving under suspension.

10/28/2012 — Florida offensive lineman Trip Thurman charged with underage drinking.

10/17/2012 — Texas Tech offensive lineman Deveric Gallington charged with misdemeanor public intoxication and disorderly conduct.

10/17/2012 — Ohio offensive lineman Mike Lucas charged with felonious assault.

10/14/2012 — Wake Forest and offensive tackle Devin Bolling charged with possession of marijuana.

10/14/2012 — Wake Forest safety Duran Lowe charged with possession with intent to sell and distribute marijuana.

10/10/2012 — Arkansas defensive end Chris Smith arrested on a warrant for failure to appear in court.

10/7/2012 — Temple defensive tackle Kamal Johnson charged with kidnapping, unlawful restraint, simple assault, false imprisonment, and reckless endangerment of another person

10/7/2012 — Iowa offensive lineman Drew Clark charged with public intoxication.

10/7/2012 — Iowa tight end Ray Hamilton charged with presence on premise (licensed liquor establishment) after hours.

10/6/2012 – UConn running back Lyle McCombs charged with second-degree breach of peace.

10/6/2012 — Iowa cornerback Micah Hyde charged with public intoxication and interference with official acts.

10/4/2012 — Mizzouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, along with wide receiver Levi Copelin and linebacker Tory Boozer charged with possession of marijuana.

10/4/2012 — TCU quarterback Casey Pachall charged with driving while intoxicated.

9/30/2012 — USF wide receiver Chris Dunkley charged with domestic battery.

9/28/2012 — Auburn wide receiver Quan Bray charged with driving on a limited permit and having an open bottle of alcohol in his vehicle.

9/26/2012 — Tulane linebacker Trent Mackey charged with simple burglary of an inhabited dwelling.

9/24/2012 — East Carolina wide receiver Dayon Arrington charged with possession with intent to sell & deliver and possession of drug paraphernalia.

9/24/2012 — North Carolina non-scholarship player Nicholas Weiler charged with felony assault, simple assault, resisting arrest, underage possession of alcohol and possession of a fake ID.

9/18/2012 — Kentucky running back Raymond Sanders, cornerback Marcus Caffey and wide receiverBookie Cobbins charged with possession of marijuana.

9/7/2012 — Arkansas State wide receiver Allen Muse charged with third-degree assault.

8/30/2012 — Missouri quarterback Maty Mauk arrested suspicion of four misdemeanor charges related to leaving the scene of an accident.

8/29/2012 — New Mexico quarterback David Vega and sophomore defensive back Devonta Tabannah charged with underage possession of alcohol/concealing identity and driving under the influence, respectively.

8/28/2008 — Purdue linebacker Dwayne Beckford arrested for violating probation.

8/27/2012 — Rutgers defensive tackle Michael Larrow charged with simple assault and disorderly conduct.

8/25/2012 — Auburn center Reese Dismukes charged with public intoxication.

8/24/2012 — Ball State defensive lineman Jonathan Newsome charged with marijuana possession.

8/21/2012 — Texas Tech linebacker Daniel Cobb charged with felony burglary of a habitation.

8/18/2012 — Tulane linebacker Trent Mackey charged with armed robbery.

8/2/2012 — Georgia linebacker Chase Vassar charged with driving under the influence and driving in an improper lane.

8/1/2012 — South Carolina quarterback Tanner McEvoy charged with speeding and driving after consuming alcohol while younger than 21.

7/27/2012 — Iowa running back De’Andre Johnson cited with one count of disorderly house.

7/24/2012 — Ole Miss tight end Jamal Mosley charged with disturbing the peace and public drunkenness.

7/23/2012 — Michigan defensive end Frank Clark charged with second-degree home invasion.

7/23/2012 — Michigan running back Fitz Toussaint charged with operating a vehicle under the influence.

7/20/2012 — East Carolina defensive tackle Terry Williams charged with possession of marijuana and intent to sell.

7/17/2012 — Purdue cornerback Sean Collins charged with public intoxication, resisting arrest and battery.

7/15/2012 — USF wide receiver Jordan Duval  charged with felony grand theft.

7/11/2012 — Florida State cornerback Greg Reid was arrested in Georgia for driving with a suspended license, possession of marijuana and a seatbelt violation.

7/6/2012 — Northern Illinois defensive lineman Frank Boenzi was charged with possessing 10-30 grams of cannabis and attempting to manufacture or deliver 10-30 grams of cannabis.

7/4/2012 — Texas Tech wide receiver Darrin Moore charged with driving while intoxicated.

6/30/2012 — Oklahoma State safety Isaac Maselera was charged misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.

6/30/2012 — Virginia Tech defensive end Dadi Nicolas charged with felony grand larceny.

6/29/2012 — Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel charged with disorderly conduct by fighting.

6/29/2012 — Georgia running back Isaiah Crowell charged with carrying a weapon in a school zone, having an altered ID mark and charge of possessing/carrying a concealed weapon.  He was subsequently dismissed from the program.

6/25/2012 — Hawaii linebackerAlema Tachibana charged with suspicion of drunk driving.

6/25/2012 — Auburn quarterback Zeke Pike charged with public intoxication.

6/22/2012 — Florida State running back James Wilder arrested on a probation violation.

6/13/2012 — Georgia Tech linebacker Corey Alford charged with public intoxication, disorderly conduct and hindering law enforcement officers.

6/5/2012 — Temple linebacker Praise Martin-Oguike charged with aggravated assault, forcible rape, sexual assault, unlawful restraint and false imprisonment.

6/2/2012 — Ohio State offensive lineman Jack Mewhort charged with obstructing official business.

6/2/2012 — Ohio State tight end Jake Stoneburner charged with obstructing official business.

6/1/2012 — Bowling Green defensive lineman Darius Gilbert charged with robbery.

5/31/2012 — Michigan defensive tackle Will Campbell charged with felony malicious destruction of property (more than $1,000 but less than $20,000) and misdemeanor malicious destruction of property (more than $200 but less than $1,000).

5/29/2012 — Alabama offensive grad assistant Derrick Crudup Jr. charged with possession of marijuana.

5/23/2012 — Tennessee tight end Cameron Clear charged with felony theft of property.

5/22/2012 — Oregon State cornerback Jordan Poyer charged with second-degree criminal trespass.

5/22/2012 — Oklahoma State defensive tackle Christian Littlehead arrested on a public intoxication complaint.

5/16/2012 — Notre Dame linebacker Carlo Calabrese charged with misdemeanor intimidation.

5/15/2012 — Missouri quarterback Corbin Berkstresser charged with leaving the scene of an accident.

5/14/2012 — Auburn wide receiver Trovon Reed arrested on failure to appear warrants.

5/12/2012 — Arkansas wide receivers Marquel Wade and Maudrecus Humphrey and redshirt freshman tight end Andrew Peterson charged with one count each of residential burglary.

5/10/2012 — Oregon State cornerback Malcolm Marable charged with violent conduct.

5/10/2012 — Minnesota defensive tackle Ra’Shede Hageman charged with disorderly conduct.

5/10/2012 — West Virginia safeties Darwin Cook and Terrence Garvin charged with one count each of misdemeanor shoplifting.

5/8/2012 — Middle Tennessee State defensive end Dearco Nolan charged with aggravated assault.

5/8/2012 — Purdue wide receiver Antavian Edison charged with carrying a concealed weapon.

5/7/2012 — Texas defensive end Alex Okafor, safety Kenny Vaccaro and tight end Barrett Matthews charged with failure to obey a lawful order.

5/7/2012 — Southern Miss running back Jamal Woodyard charged with felony second-degree robbery.

5/4/2012 — Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins charged with simple possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance.

5/3/2012 — Notre Dame quarterback Tommy Rees charged with minor consumption, two counts of resisting arrest and one of battery.

5/2/2012 — Oklahoma State defensive lineman Calvin Barnett charged with four driving-related misdemeanors: driving under suspension, driving without insurance, speeding and failing to register a vehicle within 30 days of purchase.

5/1/2012 — Nevada cornerback Malik James charged with driving under the influence and careless driving.

4/30/2012 — Baylor defensive end Tevin Elliott charged with sexual assault.

4/28/2012 — Penn State wide receiver Devon Smith charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

4/27/2012 — Colorado State defensive end Nordly Capi, linebacker Mike Orakpo and defensive end Colton Paulhus charged with one count each of disorderly conduct.

4/27/2012 — Marshall running back Martin Ward charged with driving under the influence.

4/25/2012 — Central Michigan wide receiver Deon Butler charged with receiving and concealing stolen property of $200 or more but less than $1,000.

4/23/2012 — Kansas linebacker Collin Garrett and cornerback Chris Robinson each charged with battery and interference with duties of an officer.

4/23/2012 — Purdue running back Ralph Bolden charged with public intoxication.

4/22/2012 — Marshall running back Martin Ward, defensive back Philip Warren, cornerback Corie Wilson and linebacker Stefone Grace were arrested on the following charges: Ward with disorderly conduct; Warren with battery on police, disorderly conduct and obstructing an officer; Wilson with obstructing an officer and fleeing on foot; and Grace with disorderly conduct and obstructing an officer.

4/18/2012 — Missouri offensive lineman Chris Freeman charged with failure to appear.

4/17/2012 — Arkansas linebacker Tyler Gilbert charged with aggravated burglary and theft of property.

4/12/2012 — North Carolina State running back Mustafa Greene charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

4/10/2012 — Michigan safety Josh Furman charged with domestic violence, assault and breaking and entering.

4/9/2012 — Kansas running back James Sims charged with operating a vehicle under the influence

4/5/2012 — Duke wide receiver Tyree Watkins charged with domestic violence.

4/2/2012 — Arkansas wide receiver Michael Whitehurst charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

4/1/2012 — Pittsburgh linebacker Carl Fleming charged with (deep breathtwo counts of aggravated assault, resisting arrest, fleeing or eluding police, drug possession, tampering with evidence and vehicular offenses.

3/30/2012 — Hawaii quarterback Cayman Shutter charged with suspicion of driving under the influence.

3/21/2012 — Boston College defensive tackle Jaryd Rudolph charged with illegal audiotaping of a sexual encounter.

3/20/2012 — Virginia Tech linebacker Telvion Clark (pictured, left) charged with profane swearing and intoxication in public.

3/19/2012 — UCF wide receiver J.J. Worton charged with resisting arrest with violence and battery on a peace officer.

3/17/2012 — Arkansas offensive lineman Jason Peacock charged with felony theft of property.

3/12/2012 — Missouri quarterback Ashton Glaser arrested on outstanding traffic warrants.

3/12/2012 — Georgia cornerbackBranden Smith charged with possession of marijuana.

3/10/2012 — Texas Tech tight end Jace Amaro and running back Kenny Williams charged with felony second-degree credit card abuse.

3/9/2012 — Arizona defensive tackle Justin Washington charged with first-degree criminal trespassing.

3/8/2012 — Iowa State tight end Pierce Richardson charged with interference with official acts and public intoxication.

3/8/2012 — Arizona offensive lineman Eric Bender-Ramsay and safety Jared Tevis charged with criminal trespassing.

3/7/2012 — Arizona cornerback Jourdon Grandon and offensive tackle Fabbians Ebbele charged with criminal trespassing in the first degree and assault.

3/7/2012 — Illinois defensive lineman Justin Staples charged with driving under the influence.

3/6/2012 — USC linebacker Simione Vehikite charged with leaving the scene of an accident; driving under the influence and causing injury; driving with a .08% blood alcohol level and causing injury; and identity theft.

3/3/2012 — Oregon wide receiver Josh Huff charged with driving while under the influence of intoxicants.

3/2/2012 — Washington State linebacker Sekope Kaufusi charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

2/28/2012 — South Carolina linebacker Angelo Watley charged with grand larceny of goods that value more than $2,000 but less than $10,000, financial transaction card theft and violent burglary in the second degree.

2/27/2012 — Kentucky linebacker Ridge Wilson charged with felony trafficking in a controlled substance.

2/22/2012 — Florida State running back James Wilder charged with battery on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest with violence.

2/20/2012 — Oregon State defensive back Sean Martin charged with driving under the influence and attempting to elude police officers.

2/19/2012 — Iowa State defensive back Durrell Givens charged with possession of a controlled substance.

2/16/2012 — Florida tight end A.C. Leonard charged with simple domestic battery.

2/15/2012 — TCU inebacker Tanner Brock, offensive lineman Ty Horn, defensive back Devin Johnson and defensive lineman D.J. Yendrey were all arrested in an on-campus drug sting.

2/13/2012 — Ball State linebacker Travis Freeman and cornerbackKenny Lee charged with misdemeanor battery.

2/10/2012 — Iowa State defensive back Matt Thomas charged with fourth-degree theft.

2/7/2012 — Washington State linebacker C.J. Mizell charged with assault and trespassing.

2/6/2012 — Stanford linebacker Shayne Skov charged with driving under the influence.

2/3/2012 — Cincinnati running back Akise Teague charged with burglary.

2/3/2012 — Clemson wide receiver Joe Craig charged with criminal domestic violence.

2/1/2012 — Colorado offensive lineman Will Pericak charged with suspicion of physical harassment and trespassing.

1/26/2012 — Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace charged with underage possession of alcohol.

1/25/2012 — Syracuse quarterback Terrel Hunt charged with petit larceny.

1/25/2012 — New Mexico quarterback Ryan Trujillo charged with battery on a household member.

1/21/2012 — Georgia cornerback Sanders Commings charged with domestic violence and simple battery.

1/19/2012 — Florida defensive tackle Leon Orr was charged with possession of marijuana under 20 grams and possession of drug paraphernalia.

1/14/2012 — South Carolina defensive tackle Byron Jerideau charged with disorderly conduct and traffic/pedestrian on a controlled access highway.

1/12/2012 — Ohio State cornerback Dominic Clarke charged with operating a vehicle while impaired.

1/5/2012 — Michigan wide receiver Darryl Stonum arrested on a probation violation.

1/1/2012 — Mississippi State wide receiver Chad Bumphis charged with public drunk and disorderly conduct.

12/23/2011 — Northern Illinois defensive end Sean Progar charged with driving under the influence.

12/23/2011 — Northern Illinois wide receiver Anthony Johnson charged with consumption of alcohol by a minor.

12/22/2011 — Virginia Tech kicker Cody Journell charged with felony breaking & entering.

12/19/2011 — Florida State linebacker Arrington Jenkins charged with felony vehicular theft.

12/19/2011 — Florida State cornerback Avis Commack charged with third-degree felony grand theft.

12/16/2011 — Purdue linebacker Dwayne Beckford charged with suspicion of operating a vehicle while intoxicated.

12/14/2011 — Oklahoma State defensive lineman Christian Littlehead and offensive linemen Jonathan Rush have each been charged with one count of possession of drug paraphernalia.

12/13/2011 — Nebraska defensive lineman Eric Martin cited for leaving the scene of an accident.

12/13/2011 — Oklahoma running back Roy Finch cited for property molestation.

12/12/2011 — Nebraska offensive lineman Mike Caputo charged with suspicion of driving under the influence.

12/12/2011 — Maryland linebacker Alex Twine charged with disorderly conduct and failure to obey a reasonable and lawful order

12/5/2011 — Oregon cornerback Cliff Harris charged with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

11/23/2011 — Colorado wide receiver Austin Vincent charged the wide receiver with suspicion of indecent exposure and second-degree criminal trespassing.

11/22/2011 — TCU kicker Ross Evans charged with criminal trespassing.

11/17/2011 — Missouri head coach Gary Pinkel charged with driving under the influence.

11/16/2011 — Iowa State wide receiver Albert Gary charged with first-degree robbery.

11/14/2011 — Michigan safety Marvin Robinson charged with second-degree home invasion.

11/14/2011 — Illinois wide receivers Kenneth Knightand Jordan Frysinger charged with aggravated battery/resisting a police officer and resisting a police officer, respectively.

11/14/2011 — Western Kentucky defensive coordinator Lance Guidry charged with driving while intoxicated.

11/7/2011 — Oklahoma offensive lineman Stephen Good charged with assault & battery.

11/5/2011 — Penn State athletic director Tim Curley charged with perjury and failure to report.

11/2/2011 — Ohio State running back Jaamal Berry charged with assault and disorderly conduct.

10/31/2011 — USF offensive lineman Tony Kibler was charged with armed burglary of a dwelling and improper exhibition of a weapon on school grounds — which are felonies — and a misdemeanor count of criminal mischief.

10/21/2011 — Alabama running back Brent Calloway charged with possession of marijuana.

10/19/2011 — Florida cornerback Marcus Roberson charged with underage drinking.

10/15/2011 — Middle Tennessee State offensive coordinator Willie Simmons charged with aggravated assault.

10/13/2011 — Ohio State cornerback Dominic Clarke charged with disorderly conduct.

10/6/2011 — Indiana cornerback Peter St. Fort charged with DUI and possession of marijuana over the weekend.

10/3/2011 — Iowa quarterback A.J. Derby charged with fourth-degree criminal mischief and public intoxication.

10/2/2011 — Georgia linebacker Cornelius Washington charged with DUI.

9/29/2011 — Oklahoma linebacker Londell Taylor was charged with DUI and leaving the scene of the accident.

9/26/2011 — Florida State cornerback Greg Reid charged with charged with perjury not in an official proceeding and resisting an officer without violence.

9/22/2011 — Mississippi State linebacker Chris Hughes charged with two counts of misdemeanor domestic violence.

9/15/2011 — Maryland wide receiver Ronnie Tyler charged with second-degree assault.

9/13/2011 — Iowa State running back Walker Lee Woods charged with public intoxication and simple assault.

9/13/2011 — Iowa State wide receiver Donnie Jennert charged with public intoxication.

9/13/2011 — Penn State tight end Kevin Haplea cited for underage possession of alcohol.

9/12/2011 — Missouri cornerback Tristen Holt charged withe leaving the scene of an accident.

9/8/2011 — Wisconsin defensive lineman Jake Irwin charged with disorderly conduct and battery.

9/7/2011 — Kansas offensive lineman Cooper Kerns arrested for carrying a fake ID and misdemeanor battery on a law enforcement officer.

8/31/2011 — A warrant for the arrest of  Tulsa wide receiver Damaris Johnson has been issued on a charge of felony embezzlement.

8/31/2011 — Marshall wide receiver Troy Evans charged with four counts of armed robbery and one count of wanton endangerment

8/30/2011 — Colorado State and defensive lineman Zach Tiedgen charged with disorderly conduct.

8/30/2011 — Colorado State linebacker James Skelton charged with third-degree assault.

8/29/2011 — Hawaii linebacker Aaron Brown and wide receiver Darius Bright charged with misdemeanor assault.

8/26/2011 — LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson and linebacker Josh Johns charged with second-degree battery.

8/24/2011 — Oklahoma running back Johnathan Miller charged with failure to appear.

8/23/2011 — Ole Miss tight end Jamal Mosley charged with being drunk in public.

8/23/2011 — Ole Miss quarterback Randall Mackey charged with disorderly conduct.

8/23/2011 — Kansas running back DeShaun Sands arrested on an outstanding warrant.

8/23/2011 — Kansas linebacker Benjamin Heeney charged with driving under the influence and racing on a highway.

8/15/2011 — Oregon State redshirt freshmen defensive tackle Joe Lopez, redshirt freshman tight end Connor Hamlett and redshirt freshman tight endTyler Perry, along with freshman safety Will Storey, were all cited for a minor in possession of alcohol.

8/10/2011 — San Diego State tight end Hunter Hewitt found guilty of misdemeanor drug possession.

8/8/2011 — Texas safety Christian Scott charged with misdemeanor assault with bodily injury.

8/8/2011 — Texas A&M linebacker Kyle Mangan charged with disorderly conduct.

8/5/2011 — Syracuse quarterback Jonny Miller charged with third-degree assault and possession of fake identification.

8/4/2011 — Florida defensive back De’Ante Saunders charged with possession of marijuana.

7/31/2011 — Syracuse wide receiver Marcus Sales charged with fifth- and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, second-degree criminally using drug paraphernalia and unlawful possession of marijuana.

7/31/2011 — Illinois linebacker Ashante Williams charged with driving under the influence.

7/26/2011 — South Carolina quarterbacks coach G.A. Mangus charged with nuisance conduct. (Writer’s note: he was popped for peeing in public.)

7/25/2011 — Iowa State defensive back Earl Brooks charged with operating a vehicle under the influence.

7/25/2011 — Tennessee linebacker Austin Johnson charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct.

7/23/2011 — 2011 Kansas signee Brock Berglund charged with third-degree assault.

7/23/2011 — Iowa offensive lineman Dan Heiar charged with drunk driving.

7/21/2011 — UCF quarterback Jeff Godfrey charged with driving on a suspended license.

7/19/2011 — South Carolina linebacker Edward Muldrow charged with underage drinking.  He has been indefinitely suspended.

7/12/2011 — West Virginia linebacker Branko Busick charged with armed robbery.  He was dismissed from the football program.

7/11/2011 — Marshall safety Donald Brown charged with domestic battery.  He was dismissed from the football program.

7/10/2011 — Arkansas offensive lineman Anthony Oden charged with (take a deep breathdriving while intoxicated, possession of a controlled substance, driving left of the center line, failing to yield to an emergency vehicle, no proof of ownership, driving on a suspended/revoked driver’s license and no driver’s license.  He was dismissed from the football program.

7/6/2011 — Maryland offensive lineman Justin Lewis was charged with second-degree battery.  He has been dismissed from the football program.

7/4/2011 — Illinois defensive tackle Chris Jones charged with aggravated battery.

7/2/2011 — Mississippi State linebacker Deontae Skinner charged with simple domestic assault.

6/25/2011 — Marshall running back Tron Martinez charged with disorderly conduct and obstruction.

6/23/2011 — Iowa State running back DeVondrick Nealy charged with harassment of a public official.  He has been indefinitely suspended.

6/21/2011 — Louisville cornerback Darius Ashley charged with driving under the influence.

6/19/2011 — East Carolina wide receiver Michael Bowman charged with disorderly conduct and resisting a public officer.

6/19/2011 — East Carolina defensive backEmanuel Davis charged with being intoxicated and disruptive in public and resisting a public officer.

6/19/2011 — South Carolina safety DeVonte Holloman charged with driving under the influence.

6/16/2011 — New Mexico defensive back Deshon Marman charged with suspicion of trespassing, battery and resisting arrest.

6/14/2011 — FAU cornerback Cortez Ash charged with burglary of a business, third-degree grand theft and dealing in stolen property.

6/13/2011 — Oregon cornerback Cliff Harris cited for driving while suspended and exceeding the speed limit in excess of 100 mph.

6/4/2011 — Texas A&M linebacker Damontre Moore charged with possession of less than two ounces of marijuana.

6/3/2011 — Mississippi State defensive back Dennis Thames charged with possession of marijuana and alcohol in a vehicle.  Thames was subsequently dismissed from the football program.

5/30/2011 — Oregon linebacker and early enrollee Tyson Coleman charged with a minor being in possession of alcohol and interfering with police officers.

5/27/2011 — Syracuse wide receiver Jarrod West cited for underage consumption of alcohol.

5/27/2011 — Louisiana-Lafayette Hunter Thibodaux charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated.

5/26/2011 — Washington State linebacker Louis Bland was charged with suspicion of possession of stolen property, possession of marijuana and possession of a controlled substance.

5/25/2011 — Toledo defensive end Damien McIntosh was charged with felonious assault.

5/25/2011 — Pittsburgh quarterback Anthony Gonzalez charged with marijuana possession.

5/17/2011 — Auburn running back Onterio McCalebb charged with driving an unregistered vehicle and failing to produce a valid driver’s license.

5/15/2011 — Oregon State defensive tackle Castro Masaniai charged with second-degree kidnapping, coercion, disorderly conduct, harassment and second-degree criminal mischief.  Suffice to say, he’s been suspended indefinitely.

5/13/2011 — Ole Miss linebacker Clarence Jackson charged with public drunkenness.  He was suspended indefinitely by head coach Houston Nutt.

5/13/2011 —  Ole Miss defensive lineman Delvin Jones charged with public drunkenness.  He was suspended indefinitely by head coach Houston Nutt.

5/8/2011 — Michigan wide receiver Darryl Stonum charged with second-offense driving under the influence.  He has been indefinitely suspended.

5/5/2011 — BYU wide receiver Cody Hoffman arrested on a failure-to-appear warrant.

5/4/2011 — Miami defensive tackle Jeffrey Brown charged with sexual battery.  He was suspended by the football program.

5/2/2011 — Oklahoma defensive tackle Marquis Anderson charged with petty larceny.

5/2/2011 — Oregon linebacker Kiko Alonso charged with burglary, criminal trespass and criminal mischief.  He was indefinitely suspended following the arrest.

4/28/2011 — Michigan State defensive end Corey Freeman charged with driving with a suspended license and failing to disclose to an officer that he was carrying a concealed weapon.  He was suspended for the Spartans’ spring game.

4/26/2011 — Illinois running back Jason Ford charged with driving on a suspended license and going 1-10 miles over the speed limit.

4/24/2011 — Florida defensive end Chris Martin and linebacker Kedric Johnson charged with possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana.

4/23/2011 — Florida cornerback Janoris Jenkins charged with possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana.  He was subsequently dismissed from the UF football program.

4/22/2011 — Rice defensive end Cody Bauer and offensive lineman Cade Shawwere arrested on a felony charge each of possession of a firearm.

4/22/2011 — Rice cornerbacks Kevin Gaddis and Phillip Gaines were hit with misdemeanor charges – the former for theft of property valued between $50 and $500 and possession of two ounces or less of marijuana, the latter for the same possession charge

4/20/2011 — Kent State safety Zachary Gonosz was charged with underage drinking, displaying a fake I.D. and assault.  He was suspended indefinitely following the arrest.

4/20/2011 — Duke linebacker Tyree Glover charged with trafficking in cocaine and possession of marijuana and cocaine with the intent to sell and deliver. He was dismissed for what the school described as conduct unbecoming a member of the football program.

4/18/2011 — Oregon quarterback Dustin Haines was charged with excessive noise, interfering with a police officer and resisting arrest.  He was suspended indefinitely following the arrest.

4/15/2011 — Arkansas linebacker Ross Rasner was charged with possession of a controlled substance and being a minor in possession of alcohol.  As a result of the charges, the junior will be held out of the Razorbacks’ spring game.

4/14/2011 — Boise State defensive tackle Josh Nisby was charged with misdemeanor battery.  He has been dismissed from the football program by head coach Chris Petersen.

4/8/2011 — Louisiana Tech defensive endIK Enemkpali was charged with disturbing the peace and battery of a police officer.  He was suspended indefinitely by head coach Sonny Dykes.

4/5/2011 — Marshall defensive back Brian Robinson was charged with domestic battery and carrying a concealed weapon.  He was dismissed from the football program on the same day of his arrest.

3/30/2011 — Penn State wide receiver Curtis Drake was cited for disorderly conduct.

3/30/2011 — Penn State defensive back Derrick Thomas was cited for disorderly conduct.

3/24/2011 — Virginia Tech wide receiver Xavier Boyce charged with child endangerment.  He was indefinitely suspended.

3/22/2011 — Miami linebacker Ramon Buchanan charged with two felonies — resisting a police officer with violence and battery on a police officer, firefighter or emergency medical care provider — and three misdemeanors – trespassing, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest without violence.  He was suspended indefinitely by head coach Al Golden.

3/21/2011 — Notre Dame wide receiver Michael Floyd was charged with driving under the influence.

3/20/2011 — Alabama safety Mark Barron was charged with second-degree hindering prosecution.

3/18/2011 — Washington wide receiver Jordan Polk was charged with “a domestic-violence crime“.  He has been dismissed from the football program by head coach Steve Sarkisian.

3/11/2011 — Auburn  junior defensive back Mike McNeil, freshman wide receiver Shaun Kitchens, freshman wide receiver Antonio Goodwinand freshman tight end Dakota Mosley were each charged with five counts of first-degree robbery, one count of burglary in the first degree and one count of theft of property in the first degree.  All four have been dismissed.

3/11/2011 — Michigan State linebacker Max Bullough was charged with a minor in possession of alcohol and eluding police.

3/11/2011 — Michigan State tight end tight end Brian Linthicum was charged with misdemeanor third-degree assault and eluding police.

3/5/2011 — Iowa State defensive end Jake Lattimer was charged with assault on a peace officer and interference with official acts.  He was suspended indefinitely by head coach Paul Rhoads.

3/5/2011 — Iowa State tight end Ricky Howard was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated.  He was suspended indefinitely by head coach Paul Rhoads.

3/3/2011 — Washington running back Johri Fogerson charged with resisting arrest and possession of less than 40 grams of marijuana.

3/2/2011 — Washington State linebacker Louis Bland charged with second-degree assault.  He was suspended indefinitely by head coach Paul Wulff.

3/2/2011 — Auburn running back Eric Smith was charged with third-degree domestic violence.  He was dismissed from the football program.

2/28/2011 — Kentucky defensive tackle Mark Crawford charged with driving on a suspended license, careless driving and failure to maintain required insurance.

2/25/2011 — Virginia Tech linebacker Lyndell Gibson was charged with driving while intoxicated.

2/22/2011 — Oklahoma defensive tackle Stacy McGee was cited for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

2/21/2011 — Utah linebacker Timote Nai Fotu was charged with driving under the influence.  Fotu was suspended indefinitely by head coach Kyle Whittingham and will not participate in spring practice.

2/15/2011 — Washington State running back James Montgomery was charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana.

2/15/2011 — Florida State running back Jermaine Thomas was charged with driving with a suspended license.

2/13/2011 — Tennessee safety Brent Brewer was arrested on domestic assault charges and indefinitely suspended by head coach Derek Dooley.

2/12/2011 — Washington State cornerback Tracy Clark arrested for theft of a laptop.  He was indefinitely suspended by head coach Paul Wulff following the arrest.

2/8/2011 — Florida State running back Jermaine Thomas was charged with a nonmoving traffic violation while driving with a suspended license.

2/8/2011 — Kansas wide receiver Chris Omigie was charged with suspicion of operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol.

2/3/2011 — North Carolina running back A.J. Blue was charged with driving while impaired, driving with an open container of alcohol, and failing to maintain lane control.

2/1/2011 — Nebraska walk-on defensive tackle Justin Jackson was ticketed for suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, minor consumption and negligent driving.

2/1/2011 — Iowa State linebacker Matt Tau’fo’ou was charged with a drunk driving offense.  He was suspended indefinitely.

1/31/2011 — Missouri defensive tackle Jimmy Burge was charged with misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance.

1/30/2011 — Arkansas wide receiver Lance Ray was charged with misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance and minor in possession of alcohol.

1/29/2011 — Arizona State safety Ramon Abreu was charged with felony sexual conduct with a minor.  He was indefinitely suspended by the program.

1/28/2011 — Louisville players and twins Jacob and Isaac Geffrad were each charged with one count of first-degree assault for beating down a teammate back In October.  They have subsequently been dismissed from the football program.

1/24/2011 — Florida cornerback Janoris Jenkins was arrested for possession of marijuana.

1/23/2011 — Oklahoma wide receiver Kenny Stills was arrested for misdemeanor driving under the influence, while starting safety Tony Jefferson was arrested  for interference with the official process.

1/18/2011 — UConn running back Lyle McCombs was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.  The true freshman was suspended indefinitely by new head coach Paul Pasqualoni.

1/11/2011 — Clemson offensive tackle Brandon Thomas was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge.

12/31/2010 — Pittsburgh head coach Michael Haywood was arrested on domestic battery charges.  The school issued a statement on his situation saying, basically, nothing.  Haywood was ultimately fired.

12/25/2010 — Alabama JUCO signee Aaron Douglas was arrested on a charge of driving under the influence.

12/20/2010 — Nebraska safety Rickey Thenarse was arrested on charges of driving under the influence, driving with a suspended license and impeding traffic.  He was suspended for the Holiday bow by head coach Bo Pelini.

12/15/2010 — Memphis quarterback Cannon Smith arrested on charges of public intoxication and disorderly conduct.

12/12/2010 — Syracuse linebacker Malcolm Cater charged with four felonies — three counts of burglary, one count of grand larceny — and two misdemeanors — two counts of petit larceny — for a string of break-ins.  He was dismissed from the football program by head coach Doug Marrone.

12/10/2010 — Kentucky quarterback Mike Hartline charged with second-degree disorderly conduct, alcohol intoxication in a public place and failure to notify the department of transportation of an address change.

12/9/2010 — Nebraska defensive tackle Baker Steinkuhler charged with suspicion of driving under the influence.  Head coach Bo Pelini suspended the sophomore for the Cornhuskers’ Holiday Bowl game against Washington.

12/8/2010 — UConn offensive lineman Greg McKee has been has been charged with importing child pornography, obscenity and promoting a minor in an obscene performance.  He was suspended indefinitely by head coach Randy Edsall.

12/7/2010 — Iowa wide receiver Derrell Johnson-Koulianos was arrested on multiple counts of possession of controlled substances, keeping a drug house and two counts of unlawful possession of a prescription drugs.  He was suspended indefinitely by head coach Kirk Ferentz.

12/4/2010 — Louisville cornerback Darius Ashley arrested on an operating a motor vehicle under the influence and under 21 years old charge.

12/1/2010 — Ole Miss wide receiver Melvin Harris arrested on a driving under the influence charge.  The sophomore was suspended for the Egg Bowl as a result of the arrest.

11/21/2010 — Tennessee walk-on quarterback Doak Raulston arrested on a charge of driving under the influence.

11/17/2010 — Penn State defensive end Sean Stanley cited for disorderly conduct after getting caught, you guessed it, peeing in public.  It was a separate urination charge from Redd’s.  As an aside, will State College be getting indoor plumbing at any point in the near future?

11/16/2010 — Penn State running back Silas Redd relieves himself in public at 4:13 a.m. ET, cited for disorderly conduct.

11/15/2010 — Illinois linebacker Evan Frierson is arrested on a charge of aggravated battery.  A day after the felony arrest became public knowledge, Frierson was dismissed from the Illini football program.