Cussing while drunk is a misdemeanor in Virginia, it seems, as Virginia Tech Hokies linebacker Telvion Clark was arrested for Public Swearing/Intoxication over the weekend, The Key Play reports. Really wish the name of the charge was something like Carryin' On.
Clark, a rising junior, finished with six tackles last year, operating primarily as a special teamer. Clark was one of the infamous "Greyhound Six" Hokies players who were sent home ahead of the 2011 Orange Bowl, but patched up his reputation with a strong spring effort that had him in line for backup duties.
Tariq Edwards presumably remains ahead of Clark on the eventual depth chart, but Edwards is undergoing surgery that will sideline him until summer ball. If Clark must face practice time discipline, players like Chase Williams and Jack Tyler could be the ones to benefit from extra reps.
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