Tristan Wirfs, Iowa football player, cited for being in a bar while underage after 10pm

An Iowa football player has been cited for being in a bar after hours while underage .20-year-old offensive lineman Tristan Wirfs of Mount Vernon was cited at the Sports Column on South Dubuque Street at 11:30 Saturday night.Presence on Premises After Hours is a simple misdemeanor punishable by a fine of up to $250.Wirfs started at right tackle for the Hawkeyes last year. He was named honorable mention All-Big Ten by both league coaches and media.

Source: Iowa football player Tristan Wirfs cited for being in a bar while underage after 10pm | The Mighty 1630 KCJJ

Tommy Champion, Mississippi State offensive lineman, arrested by campus police

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Tommy Champion, Mississippi State red-shirt senior offensive lineman, was arrested by the university’s police department on Wednesday for multiple traffic violations. Joel Coleman of the Starkville Daily News first reported Champion’s booking.

According to Oktibbeha County records, the car Champion was driving had an expired tag, and he also had an expired license and no insurance. Driving without a valid license is a misdemeanor in Mississippi; Champion could face a fine and/or be sentenced to extended jail time of up to six months.

Driving without proper tags is usually penalized by a basic traffic ticket, but driving without insurance can result in a $1,000 fine and a suspended license for up to one year. Champion, obviously, is already without a valid license.

On the football field, Champion hasn’t been able to work his way into a starting job during his time at Mississippi State. He red-shirted in 2017 and played sparingly as a back-up in 2018. Entering his final season in maroon and white, Champion is still stuck behind entrenched starters on the depth chart.

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Rasheed Walker, Penn State football player charged in theft (The Fulmer Cup Offseason)

Rasheed Walker The Fulmer CupRasheed Walker, a freshman offensive lineman, is charged with misdemeanor theft and receiving stolen property following an incident Sept. 11. According to the Centre Daily Times, Walker took a bike from outside the Morgan Academic Center, located near Penn State’s football building.

According to the police report, Walker admitted to taking the bike because “he did not feel like walking back to his residence building,” the Centre Daily Times wrote, quoting a police report.

Charges were filed Tuesday in Centre County. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Oct. 31.

Walker has played in two games this season, according to Penn State’s participation records.

Source: Penn State football player charged in theft of bike – The Morning Call

Suspended LSU guard Ed Ingram was arrested on sexual assault counts involving minor, police say

Ed Ingram The Fulmer CupLSU offensive lineman Ed Ingram was suspended indefinitely and is missing the Tigers’ fall drills after being accused of the aggravated sexual assault of a minor — the third felony accusation to come to light against a player this month.

The school confirmed Tuesday that Coach Ed Orgeron suspended Ingram after learning the player had been arrested on two counts of aggravated sexual assault in Dallas County, Texas, on Aug. 2.

Source: Suspended LSU guard Ed Ingram was arrested on sexual assault counts involving minor, police say

Cyclones OL Sean Foster arrested, charged as minor on ‘certain premises’

Sean Foster The Fulmer CupIowa State redshirt sophomore offensive lineman Sean Foster was arrested Saturday on counts including “minors prohibited on certain premises,” according to online records.

Foster, 20, was taken to Story County Jail also carrying a count of “interference with official acts.” Both counts carried $300 bonds. As of Saturday evening, Foster was no longer listed on the online Story County Jail inmate roster.

An ISU spokesperson told the Ames Tribune that ISU coach Matt Campbell won’t be issuing a statement on the matter.

Foster, a 6-foot-8 and 304-pound four-star prospect who signed with ISU in Campbell’s 2016 class, played in 10 games last season and started six at right tackle.

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