Here's a roundup of notable arrests and incidents related to college football during the past week. Most of these are not eligible for the Fulmer Cup, but nonetheless might be interesting to you, the informed college football reader. Be warned: Some of these may be somewhat grim.
- As covered in the third Fulmer Cup report of the offseason, starting Florida cornerback Janoris Jenkins was arrested for marijuana possession under 20 grams on Jan. 23.
- Recently uncovered court documents reveal two University of Louisville players dismissed from that team last October were relieved of their duties because they allegedly assaulted a fellow player. First-degree assault charges have been filed, and the players are scheduled to appear in court on Feb. 3.
- Ole Miss verbal commitment Tobias Singleton, considered the No. 9 cornerback prospect in the country, has been charged with misdemeanor domestic violence and felony mischief.
- Former University of Iowa football player Derrell Johnson-Koulianos pled guilty to possession of marijuana and will stay out of jail.
- An unidentified Texas A&M-Commerce football recruit was arrested for possession of alcohol by a Minor on Jan. 21.