Found March 21, 2013 on The Victory Formation:
Maurice Clarett was a college football hero 11 years ago when he led the Ohio State Buckeyes to a shocking upset of the heavily favored Miami Hurricanes in the 2002 BCS National Title game. Clarett was the catalyst of the offense for the entire season, and he was only a freshman. But that was the height of his athletic career, as he was dismissed from the program following several off-the-field issues, including filing a false police report for stolen goods. Clarett then challenged the NFL’s entry qualifications, but though a judge ruled in his favor, an appeals court overturned the decision. Clarett would have to wait an additional year to enter into the NFL Draft. Being out of football for two years did him no favors. He performed poorly at workouts prior to the draft, and though he was selected by the Broncos, he would never play a down in an NFL game. Following his flame-out in the NFL, Clarett found himself in further legal problems, and eventually went to jail for armed robbery and illegal gun possession. Upon his release, Clarett revived his playing career in the UFL. But it appears that Clarett is ready to move on from [...]
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