How hard is it to wear a f*ckin seatbelt the right way? Clearly the strategy of doing such should be added to Jimbo Fisher's playbook as soon as possible.
He didn't suggest that cops should be killed like his fellow Florida State defensive back, Tyler Hunter, but Greg Reid followed in his buddy's footsteps by getting into trouble of his own. The three-year starter and return man was arrested in Georgia last night and charged with driving with a suspended lisence, misdemeanor possession of marijuana, and a seatbelt violation after being pulled over by state patrol.
Reid is now the second 'Nole to spend time in jail in the past 30 days, as running back James Wilder Jr. did so in June for violation of his probabtion. However, University of Miami players are still the bad guys in the rivalry because they like to have a great f*cking time on yachts.