Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports
It was reported on College Station Radio Station 1150 "The Zone" Wednesday morning that Texas A&M wide receiver Frank Iheanacho was arrested on Tuesday.

The charges were for allegedly shoplifting at a Wal-Mart and giving false identification to police. Per GigEm247:
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The Brazos County jail records have a listing for Iheanacho, who was arrested on Tuesday and released on a $2,000 bond. The date of the charge is listed as Feb. 26.

The charges are described as "FAIL TO IDENTIFY GIVING FALSE/FICTITIOUS INFO."
During the 2014 season, Iheanacho appeared in seven games, recording only two receptions for 23 yards as a true freshman.
Filed Under: SEC Football

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[arrested on Tuesday and released on a $2,000 bond.]

The Auburn letter of intent.
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TAMU hasnt been in the SEC long enough to tag them with a long term wannabe label like UGA.
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TAMU is the UGA of the West.
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Damnit. Now I want some fricking nachos.
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Did we lose out on anyone at this point?
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