UF DE Carlos Dunlap Arrested

Submitted by dakotapalm on December 1st, 2009 at 9:32 AM

Now we get to see how the coach who suspended Brandon Spikes one half for eye-gouging will react to the DUI arrest of his best defensive lineman.
I believe this is somewhere around the 30th arrest of a Gator since the lovable Urban Meyer took over at Florida.

http://is.gd/58VVv

Carlos Dunlap arrested at 3:30 this morning for suspicion of DUI.

Comments

FormerWolv

December 1st, 2009 at 9:38 AM ^

In the Urban Meyer punishment system, if trying to blind someone equals sitting out a half against a shit team (vandy), a DUI (with the SEC champ game next), must be along the lines of some extra running.

So expect to see Carlos Dunlap being extra conditioned come saturday

Wolverine96

December 1st, 2009 at 9:45 AM ^

One Quarter of SEC Championship Game: 4-1
One Half of SEC Championship Game: 9-1
Entire SEC Championship Game: 50-1
One Half of 2010 Opener vs Idaho Womens College for the Blind: 3-2
No Punishment citing "innocent until proven guilty:" 3-1
Punishment to be dealt with "in house:" 6-1

Goblue89

December 1st, 2009 at 9:57 AM ^

Urban can't play it both ways. He can't site God and his son Tebow's great work on one hand and then look they other way when one of his players goes down another path. Say what you want about RR but his dealings with player's issues has been spot on. Kevin Grady was kicked off the team for basically the same thing if I am not correct. Granted he was let back on the team, but still the initial punishment fit the crime. If Urban doesn't do anything it will truely be a tragedy.

bacon1431

December 1st, 2009 at 10:07 AM ^

Only player I can remember receiving significant punishment under Meyer is Cameron Newton a.k.a Heir to Tebow. Haven't really followed it closely though, I'm sure there were more.

OT - Anyone see Will Hill starting for the Gators? First Florida game I watched intently this past weekend and he was on the field. Didn't seem to play too bad, but didn't stand out either. Just remember wanting him badly when he was a recruit.

Ziff72

December 1st, 2009 at 10:43 AM ^

Must be an intersting locker room in Florida. St. Tebow holding a prayer meeting for all the virgins on campus on 1 side of the room while they are playing NWA on the other side while they plan their keg party and see how many they can get in on the gang bang.

Carlos Dunlap must not have spent 15 minutes with Tebow because he would have been saved .

Noahdb

December 1st, 2009 at 10:47 AM ^

I think everyone has probably driven when they had one beer too many. You're a little buzzed and the next day you think, "Gee, I probably shouldn't have done that."

Maybe you get really unlucky and you get pulled and hit with a DUI.

This guy was so drunk that he passed out OVER the steering wheel. He didn't fall back against the headrest. He pitched forward. At a red light. Which means, moments before losing conciousness...he was driving.

And then he couldn't even wake up when the cops were shaking him.

Magnus

December 1st, 2009 at 11:29 AM ^

I hope Florida wins. I hate Nick Saban. He used to coach for Michigan State. I hope all kinds of bad things happen to his teams, whether he's coaching for the Dolphins or the Tide or the Toronto Argonauts.

I really do get sick of reading jokes about Tim Tebow and his Christianity. It's not his fault that the media latches onto his mission trips, his pastor father, etc. Just let it go.

Magnus

December 1st, 2009 at 12:28 PM ^

Yes, MichMike86. I hope Nick Saban's teams are unsuccessful. But I do need to grow up, because no sensible person ever roots against a coach/team that they don't like, right? I mean, you want OSU and MSU and PSU and ND to all be successful every single week, right?

Magnus

December 1st, 2009 at 12:40 PM ^

Oh, Jesus Christ. I didn't say I want the entire team to die in a fiery plane crash. I just don't want them to win games or get good recruits. Stop being so damn uptight.

HAIL 2 VICTORS

December 1st, 2009 at 5:34 PM ^

I have a tough time pointing the finger when former M players brokered drug deals to Florida and another had to be let go for not being able to control himself from indecent exposure.
Just Saying.

aawolve

December 1st, 2009 at 6:40 PM ^

when it doesn't really apply. Like the always inculpable Bobby Bowden says, no coach can babysit his players 100% of the time. But that's not what it's about. It's about how the coach addresses the incident. Feagin and Harrison were booted from the team, so the UM coaches responded as well as they could have, while a Dantonio taxis individuals from the county jail to the practice field.

dakotapalm

December 2nd, 2009 at 12:04 AM ^

Nobody's saying, "our players don't get in trouble." What people are saying, is that Urban Meyer has been VERY lax in punishing those who do, and thereby encouraging/ enabling more of that trouble to take place. All the while acting as if they are all choirboys like Tebow (who seems to be a genuinely good guy, I just blame the media hype machine).
And while we are talking, what is a "campion"? Cause if staying will cause be to be one, I want to find out before I decide to stay.