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Is this fair to the rest of the players?
What did he do? Also, I guess it's fair until he is convicted of something.
When did he get arrested? The whole Cobb situation might also have an impact on any decision here.
Public intoxication and disorderly conduct after a fight
LUBBOCK, Texas -- Police say Texas Tech's starting center was arrested on charges of misdemeanor public intoxication and disorderly conduct after police were called to a bar fight near campus last weekend.
Athletic department spokesman Blayne Beal said Wednesday that center Deveric Gallington will play for the No. 18 Red Raiders at TCU on Saturday. No injuries were reported in the fight about 1 a.m. Sunday, just hours after Texas Tech beat then-No. 5 West Virginia 49-14.
Gallington, who bonded out of the city jail on Sunday, faces fines of more than $500 on the two misdemeanors. Two other people were arrested at the bar and face similar charges.
We really lucked out on this one. With Morales still out, Kaster would be our center. True Freshman at center is scary
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Man, who thinks it's a good idea to mess with a 6'3" 320 lb dude?
It's a misdemeanor offense with up to a $500 fine. I don't see the problem with him playing this weekend. Now, if he got a DUI/DWI, or some kind of possession charge, that would be different.
I also wouldn't be opposed to some sort of minor suspension (i.e. 1 quarter, 1 half, or whatever).
The Air Raid is not a playbook, it's a way of thinking.
He probably deserves at least a quarter to sit.
You have to discipline him somehow, whether it be a quarter or a half. Agreed Ezell.
There has to be some sort of discipline otherwise these guys are going to get the idea that they can go act a fool in public and get away with it scotch free
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