Robinson and Miller cited for marijuana possession

The Florida Gators have been in the news a lot lately and several times in the news for the wrong reason and that continued on Wednesday.

Linebacker Ventrell Miller and receiver James Robinson were both cited for misdemeanor possession of marijuana late Sunday night/early Monday morning.

“Coach [Jim] McElwain is aware and it has been dealt with,” UF said on the situation.

Both of these players have a little bit of a history of being in trouble and Miller is currently indefinitely suspended due to misusing his scholarship funds.

Robinson on the other hand was cited for possession of marijuana while visiting Ohio State in January of this year.

Robinson has been at practice the last few days and hasn’t been told of any change to those plans going forward.


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