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Another Oregon player in trouble. . . .

I'm a little surprised that nobody has reported on today's news from Oregon. There is only a small tidbit from an article on Yahoo sports, the article is dated today (2/20) and was updated this evening:

6:35 p.m. ET: Add another name to the list: Redshirt freshman linebacker Kiko Alonso, who was charged with driving drunk early this morning.)

So here is my question that I just can't get over, how on God's green earth does this happen just DAYS after LaMichael James gets thrown in jail?? Wouldn't the coaches have sat the whole team down and made it quite clear that this type of behavior can't be tolerated, especially now that Oregon is in the spot light for possibly being a program out of control? If you're an Oregon player, don't you think NOW would be a really good time NOT to do anything stupid??

I'm not surprised that yet another Oregon player is in trouble, but I am very surprised that the coaching staff hasn't screamed bloody murder and threatened the very lives of any student athlete that so much as j-walks!! I'm just as surprise that players could be so stupid as to drive drunk while the program is under such scrutiny!

Come on Oregon, get your head out of your backside, you are embarrassing the PAC10!!!!!

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