On the field USF is doing a lot of things right. Their 4-3 record has them sitting in second place of the AAC and on the cusp of qualifying for a bowl game. Off the field they haven’t been doing as many things right in regards to the law, at least this month.
Over the weekend true freshman wide receiver Deangelo Antoine was arrested and charged with felony possession of a controlled substance, according to College Football Talk. Campus police pulled Antoine over and searched him as they detected the smell of marijuana. In their search police uncovered Xanax pills for which Antoine had no prescription.
Antoine has not caught any passes so far this season.
Two weeks ago, Bulls freshman offensive lineman Benjamin Knox was arrested and charged with possessing or discharging a firearm on campus and shooting into an occupied dwelling. In a related incident USF defensive back Bull Lamar Robbins was arrested Thursday and charged with discharging a weapon on school property, a second-degree felony, and a misdemeanor for providing false information to a law-enforcement officer.
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