Oregon State CB/KR Malcolm Marable Arrested After Club Scuffle

ARLINGTON TX - SEPTEMBER 04: Head coach Mike Riley of the Oregon State Beavers on the sidelines during play against the TCU Horned Frogs at Cowboys Stadium on September 4 2010 in Arlington Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Oregon State reserve cornerback Malcolm Marable had his second run-in with the law this offseason on Sunday night when he got into a fight with a club security guard.

It hasn't been a good offseason for Oregon State's Malcolm Marable. First, he pleaded no contest to driving 104 miles an hour in a 65 zone in February, getting him suspended for winter workouts and earning him a fine and a suspended license. Then, Sunday, he was arrested after hitting a nightclub security person when one of his teammates was not allowed entry to the bar.

Marable's incident began when 19-year old teammate Ryan Murphy tried to enter the club by using fellow Beaver Anthony Watkins' driver's license. Murphy was cited with trespassing and misrepresentation of age, but that's not the issue: when Marable tried to "free" Murphy from the security guard, he hit him, causing him to be arrested on charges of violent conduct.

Marable hasn't yet had a chance to contribute as a cornerback, but showed his worth as a kick returner, averaging 24.8 yards on 13 kickoffs in his sophomore season. We'll see how Marable's second run-in with the law effects his status with the team.

For more on the Oregon State Beavers, check out SB Nation's Building the Dam.

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