Receivers Marquel Wade and Maudrecus Humphrey and tight end Andrew Peterson are no longer on the Arkansas Football team according to their coach John L. Smith. The three were arrested May 12 and charged with felony residential burglary for stealing textbooks, DVDs, laptops and more than $4,800 in cash from a university dormitory. Smith said...

"It's a felony and it's a serious, serious thing," "They're not a part of this football team until this thing gets cleared up or they never (will) be a part.

"If they can't correct it, then you have to correct it for them; that's the way it is going to be. It's in the legal channels and we're just going to have to wait and see if they can correct the issue."

"We tried to explain to them what's going to be accepted and what's not going to be accepted, and what are going to be the consequences," Smith said. "We're going to demand that they do the right things.

"If (the message) hasn't got across, it certainly will before it's all said and done."
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el capitan143 months
Because they thuggin and lovin it. Just listen to nearly every hood rap song out there. It's either talking about in the club, cars real big, makin it rain, flossin how much ice around their neck....

It's a never ending epidemic......
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bigpetedatiga143 months
I do not understand why student athletes feel the need to do this!
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