Found October 04, 2012 on Diehardsport:
Freshman wide receiver for the Missouri Tigers and former number one recruit in the nation Dorial Green-Beckham was arrested Wednesday night on drug charges.  DGB was arrested along with two other freshman.  Police officers approached his car after they were parked suspiciously and the officers smelled marijuana.  The three players were arrested with around 35 grams or less of weed on them.Unfortunately for DGB, the officers determined that the other two freshmen had nothing to do with the marijuana.  DGB had caught his first collegiate touchdown pass last Saturday against Central Florida, and it will certainly be a while before he catches another one.  Obviously, DGB has been suspended from the Missouri football team, and it is unclear how long it will last.
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