Found November 04, 2012 on STLSportsMinute:
After hearing about Dorial Green-Beckham's arrest earlier this season for possession of marijuana in the parking lot of Memorial Stadium, Mizzou fans hoped that players would stay out of trouble for the rest of the season. Unfortunately, that just is not happening. Redshirt freshman tight end Brandon Holifield was arrested on Saturday evening for possession of less than 35 grams of marijuana. #Mizzou freshman tight end Brandon Holifield arrested by State Highway Patrol for possession of less than 35 grms marijuana at 2:14 am — Dave Matter (@Dave_Matter) November 4, 2012 Holifield was not one of the three Tigers arrested in the DGB incident, but he was on the scene and in the car. Earlier this week, Mizzou quietly kicked Holifield off the team, as reported by Dave Matter of the Columbia Tribune via Twitter.  Even bigger news on Holifield: He was kicked off the team last Wednesday for violating team policy, per #Mizzou spokesman Chad Moller — Dave Matter (@Dave_Matter) Novemb...

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