Found September 03, 2013 on
The Sports Bank:
University of Iowa student Samantha Goudie made national news by going to jail for getting drunk and trying to get on the field at Kinnick Stadium Saturday during the Iowa Hawkeyes loss to Northern Illinois.
The reason she’s an internet sensation though is because she scored a .341 BAC on the breathalyzer test. And she’s stayed an internet sensation because 1.) a lot of people think this is something that should be celebrated 2.) Samantha Goudie live tweeted her trip to jail and is using her Twitter account to draw as much attention to herself as possible.
Something isn’t right here regarding her .341 reading. Given the chart below, someone at her reading would barely be conscious; and possibly comatose.
Source: A hybridizing of alcohol’s effects from Virginia Tech and Federal Aviation Regulation: Alcohol and Flying (hosted on FlightPhysical.com)
Progressive effects of alcohol
BAC (% by vol.)
Average individual appears
BEST OF MAXIM
The mugshot from Iowa Hawkeyes fan Samatha Goudie has appeared online.
And it is AWESOME.
yes people i did drink at iowa’s first tailgate. If they breathalized everyone in iowa city i would have had a lot of cell mates
— Samantha (@Vodka_samm) September 2, 2013
Goudie was arrested on Saturday at Kinnick Stadium and later blew a .341 on a breathalyzer test.
You may have heard of Samantha Goudie. And you may know Samantha Goudie has an association with the Iowa Hawkeyes and the number .341
That’s not a batting average!
And she’s not on the softball team.
That was her BAC.
She’s the #1 “partyer” at the #1 party school. She’s like a female version of that Bert guy from Florida State in the ’90s. (The frat guy Rolling Stone...
Iowa Quarterback Jake Rudock met with the media on Tuesday as he prepared himself and offense for this weekend's game with Missouri State. See what the Sophomore had to say about throwing to the TEs, Damond Powell, what he saw on film for Game 1 and more.
(Eds: With AP Photos.) By LUKE MEREDITH AP Sports Writer Iowa lost again last weekend, its seventh straight defeat dating to last season and its first in an opener in 13 years.
And yes, it came against MAC school Northern Illinois, a team the Hawkeyes had beaten eight times in a row. It didn't help that the game swung on a late interception by new quarterback Jake Rudock.