Discussion in 'RayGator's Swamp Gas' started by GaGator1, Dec 14, 2019.
Georgia RB Cook arrested on alcohol charge
Driving without a valid license and open alcoholic beverage in the car. Are those even crimes in Athens? They could lock up the whole town for that.
He'll transfer to cesspool where that'll never make the public records.
I’m sure he won’t “start” for the Sugar Bowl. That’s his punishment.
Whose car was he driving? No valid license means no insurance or registration, if he owned the vehicle. Did they have e him take a breathalyzer? Why not? Look deeper
Maybe he’ll be suspended for the spring game.
Banned from attending Finals this week. Won't be allowed back in a classroom until January. Bad student.
How was he driving from the passenger seat kid must have some talent
The alcohol was in the passenger seat, he was in the drivers seat.
What an amateur.
Geez..... So, he can't "attend" finals....
I guess he's gonna be in the passenger's seat while some "tutor" takes his finals for him. ....
Then, he'll play in the Bowl game.
Lets see, out of state guy, 3rd/4th team back. My guess they will suspend him for game and he will transfer portal, kirby will replace him with a better back.
The Alabama way!
Maybe he's drinking and driving to cope with his Georgia problem.
“Passenger area” is pretty much the entire interior of the car. In a hatchback or SUV, it also includes the trunk, since they’re continuous with and readily accessible with the seating area.
No it doesn't. Those are separate tickets. No insurance is no insurance. No registration is no registration. Not a valid driver's license can mean several things. Expired or maybe he didn't have a Georgia license or maybe first have one. But the use of "valid" suggests he actually had one.
Keeping him from participating in the "Special Team" kickoff/return will certainly make him rue his indiscretion.
Driving with an open alcohol container in the car. Who ever heard of a college student doing such a thing?
Glad social media wasn’t around when I lived in Gainesville.
You guys are missing the biggest part of this story. The car had dealer tags. You can't get a car from a dealership without a license. Just not possible. Dealer tags also could mean it's a "test drive" vehicle. Only possible reason for that is he is using the car and they are hiding that he has it. Anyone want to guess why Georgia would do this? Of course the NCAA won't do anything, but it helps validate they pay for play
From what I saw, he was driving a Hellcat with dealer tags and no insurance. But hey, nothing to see here.