Isaiah Crowell is no longer a Georgia Bulldog, and that may be the least of his problems.
Crowell, the SEC's Offensive Freshman of the Year last season, was dismissed from the team on Friday after being arrested earlier that morning on three weapons charges, two of them felonies. The development was the latest in a roster of disciplinary problems that have plagued the Bulldogs.
Georgia coach Mark Richt announced Crowell's dismissal in a brief news release.
"We have a dedicated and committed group of men who are working hard to prepare for the coming season," said Richt, who had been on vacation. "Our total focus will be directed toward the team and this effort."
Crowell, the No. 1 rated prep running back in the country in 2010, was driving a 2005 silver Mercury Grand Marquis at 2:20 a.m. when he came to a vehicle check point on campus. Four teammates, three of them incoming freshman, were passengers. Athens police officer Kathryn Thornton detected the odor of marijuana and reque...