If you’re somewhat of a college football fan, you might be familiar with the name Willie Williams. No, you wouldn’t know him for anything he’s done on the field. You might know him however, for his antics off the field. For instance, he was recruited but never played for Miami because of the trouble he caused on a recruiting visit. He wound up going to West LA JC, and nobody else would take a chance on the man arrested 11 times during high school. Except for the bastion of academia, Louisville. And the Cardinals have been burned:
Louisville police arrested the 6-3, 230-pound Williams after he was stopped for driving a car with the music playing too loudly, said Louisville police spokesman Phil Russell.
A detective searched the car and found Williams trying to hide a small amount of marijuana, Russell said.
“He basically had the marijuana in his mouth,” said Russell, who would not release the identities of the others in the car because they were not arrested.
Right, because hiding a drug that does not emit an odor in a body cavity that does not open frequently is a brilliant plan. What more would you expect out of this guy? Did Louisville really think the story would end any other way? Now, all I need is someone to explain to me how testing positive for weed could equate to a positive situation for another football player.