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Isaiah Crowell didn't take long to find a new home. Less than a week after being dismissed from Georgia due to a pair of felony charges, Crowell will be transferring to the Alabama State, according to UGAsports.com. The website reported Crowell would be enrolling at the school Wednesday, although an ASU official refused to confirm or deny the development. Because Alabama State is an FCS-level program, Crowell will be eligible to play during the 2012 season, instead of sitting out the required year if he transferred to another FBS school. Crowell, 19, was arrested last Friday morning and charged with a felony count of possessing a weapon in a school zone, a felony count of altered identification mark and a misdemeanor count of possession/carrying a concealed weapon.
That didn't take long. Though, gotta wonder if the NCAA should step in somewhere. Janoris Jenkins dismissed from UF, went to North Alabama. Now, Crowell doing the same..except to Alabama State. There should be at least a suspension, at minimum. Though, if he gets jail time..I guess it doesn't matter, anyway.
WHy do they deserve a suspension? They've already been punished by getting kicked off a FBS team and being forced to go to the lesser covered and harder to get seen by NFL scouts FCS. I think that's punishment enough IMO.
No need to encourage the kids to quit football and most likely drop out of school.
Lol. It's not even about that. I just hate seeing these kids making these decisions, and then the NCAA doesn't do anything. But, I guess I can see both sides to it. Just.. gotta wonder when or if the NCAA every decides " enough is enough ".