Found March 12, 2012 on Players View:

ABBEVILLE, ALABAMA, March 12-  Georgia starter Branden Smith was arrested last night for possession of marijuana shortly after being stopped for a traffic offense on Highway 431 in Alabama’s Henry County according to Chip Tower’s report in the Atlanta Journal Constitution.  The report states that he was on his way to Panama City for Spring Break.

You know, this opinion is not the politically correct one, but it is what it is. When you have the world at your finger tips, how could you be so careless?

After a million and one fiasco’s such as what happened down at TCU, these kids have to know that pot is considered a big deal; it’s not just pot anymore.

So if Smith was going to make that mistake, why would he make an interstate drive with pot in the car? I’m sure finding pot in Panama City of all places is not a hard mission when you’re Branden Smith.

Please click the link to read the rest of this story and watch video of Branden Smith doing big things.

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