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3/18/2008

Another Nittany Lion Arrested

Unfortunately, it's true. Tyrell Sales, a starting LB from Butler, was arrested following a disturbance at the Station Square Margarita Mama's on St. Patrick's Day.

For Sales, this is not the first time he's been linked to an off-field incident. He was also one of the six Nittany Lions originally charged in connection with a brawl last April, although the charges were later withdrawn. That was the famous incident which inspired JoePa to institute the Sunday stadium-cleanings for his football team.
When combined with last week's news that WVU star running back Noel Devine and three other Mountaineers were arrested for battery charges, is it any wonder that the NFL is having problems with player discipline?

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AbrahamNunezPlays9Positions said...

I don't know if this is common knowledge or not, but the Penn State stadium cleaning only lasted one week. There was so much complaining coming from the players that JoePa cancelled the rest and made the clubs that were making the money do the cleaning. The clubs were told that if they told anyone such as the local paper about it they would lose the money they made from cleaning the stadium. True story, I heard it from someone on one of the clubs who had to clean the stadium after the football team quit doing it.