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Less than one year ago, Georgia Bulldog fans were eagerly waiting the arrival of what they thought would be the next Hershel Walker in five-star standout incoming freshman Isaiah Crowell.
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Georgia tailback Isaiah Crowell faces felony weapons charges after police found a gun in his vehicle early Friday morning.
Athens-Clarke Police Department spokeswoman Hilda Sorrow says Crowell was arrested at a vehicle checkpoint on the Georgia campus at around 2:20 a.m. Among the charges he faces are carrying a concealed weapon and possession of a weapon on school property.
Georgia running back Isaiah Crowell has been arrested by the Athens-Clarke County Police on weapons-related charges. He allegedly brought a weapon (unnamed in the report, but probably some kind of firearm) into a school zone, which is a no-no in Georgia (amazingly).
"Crowell was charged by ACC Police on a felony
count of weapon in a school zone, a felony count of altered...
The Georgia Bulldogs have dismissed running back Isaiah Crowell from the team after his arrest on weapon charges. Crowell was arrested early Friday morning and charged with possessing a weapon in a school zone, an altered identification mark, and possession of a concealed weapon. The first two are felony counts while the third is a misdemeanor. Georgia head coach Mark Richt wasted...
Potential is a disturbing thing. It can dazzle and entrance us with a promise of greatness previously unseen or it can vanish just as quickly as it came, leaving us to pick up the pieces of what could have been.
Close to 2:20 a.m. this morning, University of Georgia running back, Isaiah Crowell, was arrested by Athens-Clarke county police, following a vehicle checkpoint stop...
James Wilder Jr. of the Florida State Seminoles is trying to clear his name using social media. According to NoleSports.com, Wilder was supposed to remain in jail until Saturday night for blowing a 0.01 breathalyzer test. Wilder took to Twitter to clear his name and say that his blowing of a 0.01 was just because of mouth wash. This is entirely possible.
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Looks like the career of University of Georgia running back Isaiah Crowell has, probably, come to a crashing close...
Crowell, this morning, is in the Athens-Clarke County (GA) Jail on three weapons charges, two of them felonies.
Crowell is up on charges of possessing a concealed weapon, having a weapon in a school zone and having an altered ID mark on...
Troubled Georgia Bulldogs running back Isaiah Crowell was arrested early Friday morning in Athens, Georgia on weapons charges.
Crowell, a native of Columbus, Georgia, was arrested and charged with two felonies and a misdemeanor. Crowell was charged with a felony count of possession of a weapon in a school zone, one felony count of altered identification mark and a misdemeanor count...
Georgia tailback Isaiah Crowell has been dismissed from the team by coach Mark Richt following his arrest on felony weapons charges.
Richt announced the dismissal of Crowell on Friday. Police found a gun in Crowell's vehicle early Friday morning.
Crowell was arrested at a vehicle checkpoint on the Georgia campus at around 2:20 a.m., according to Athens-Clarke Police Department...
After being arrested on weapons charges and giving the classic Cops defense of "I did not know that was there, officer", Georgia running back Isaiah Crowell was kicked off the team late this afternoon by Mark Richt. He leaves behind a lot of "what ifs," a team with 1.3 running backs, and a puppy that could be in the mix for some playing time this year.
Georgia RB Isaiah Crowell arrested on weapons charges
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Georgia's dismissal of Isaiah Cromwell following the tailback's arrest on gun-related charges Friday shouldn't hurt the Bulldogs' chances of winning the SEC East. Because Bruce Feldman said so. (CBS Sports)
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