[caption id="attachment_5189" align="aligncenter" width="610" caption="Arizona's Jourdon Grandon reportedly punched numerous female partygoers in the face at a party.
Another week, another bumper crop of legal run-ins for our irregularly scheduled distraction item, the Allstate Police Blotter Item of the Week, which continues to not be sponsored by Allstate, at all. These players' life decisions are decidedly not in good hands.
Cast your vote below for the Allstate Police Blotter Item of the Week:*
Candidate 1: Josh Huff, WR, Oregon
The Incident: Drunk driving and speeding, all without a license.
The Case For: In 2012, Huff is a special kind of snowflake. From the Register-Guard report: "He is apparently the only member of the team to be arrested since the Ducks won the Rose Bowl on Jan. 2." That is several days!
The Case Against: Getting kinda bored with Beaver State players not putting any creativity into their offseason antics. If Malcolm Marable was just copying Cliff Harris, what does that say about Huff's followup?
Candidate 2: Pierce Richardson, TE, Iowa State
The Incident: Passed out in an apartment building hallway and got testy with police officers who had the temerity to awaken him.
The Case For: It takes real confidence in one's physical prowess to sleep in a public hallway with no fear of attack.
The Case Against: "The officer told Richardson to stop and then deployed his Taser, causing Richardson to fall to the ground. Richardson continued to resist arrest by putting his arms under his body until several officers arrived and forced his arms behind his back in order to handcuff him."
The Case For: Sheer volume will make a strong showing for 'Zona in the Fulmer Cup, the Tonys to our People's Choice Awards.
The Case Against: We do not want to party with Jourdon Grandon, like, ever. "Members of the party identified Grandon after he 'punched a female guest in her face with a closed fist and began punching other females in the face.'”
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