â†µâ‡¥While driving his moped, Calloway was stopped at a previous accident scene near the intersection of Morman Trek and Benton. The scene was cordoned off by traffic cones and unmarked police cars.â†µWe didn't think it warranted mention, but sure enough: Accident scenes are not--we repeat, not--obstacle courses for adventurous moped drivers to navigate. And there is a substantial difference between police officiers and enthusiastic moped obstacle course judges.
â†µâ‡¥According to the police report, Calloway, a 6-foot-7, 320-pound senior, drove between the cones and tried to drive through the accident scene.
â†µâ‡¥Officers stopped him. He was given a breathalyzer, which showed a .106 blood-alcohol level, and field sobriety test. The legal limit in Iowa is .08. â†µ
â†µAs for Iowa football, they'll probably be without one of their bookends for most of the non-conference schedule. Calloway's clean record and low (as DUIs go) BAC will probably keep his suspension to 2 or 3 games, as long as there's no more shenanigans during his time away from the program.â†µ
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