Oklahoma State WR Tracy Moore Arrested For Third Time In Six Months

STILLWATER, OK - DECEMBER 03: Tracy Moore #87 of the Oklahoma State Cowboys runs the ball against Joseph Ibiloye #5 and Tony Jefferson #1 of the Oklahoma Sooners at Boone Pickens Stadium on December 3, 2011 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Oklahoma State WR Tracy Moore was arrested again on Aug. 24, which marks the third time he has been in trouble with the law since March.

Oklahoma State University wide receiver Tracy Moore was arrested on Aug. 24 on suspicion of providing alcohol to a minor, according to Allie Haddican of OColly.com. The incident marks the third time that Moore has been arrested this offseason.

On March 24, Moore had his first run-in with law enforcement, as he was arrested due to a public intoxication complaint. Then, on June 3, Moore was handcuffed again for allegedly urinating in an alley while in the presence of police officers.

Moore, a senior for Tulsa, Okla., reeled in 45 passes for 672 yards and four touchdowns for the Cowboys' high-powered offense in 2011. His yards-per-reception average of 14.9 ranked sixth in the Big 12. Moore is expected to play a very important role in Oklahoma State's offense in 2012, particularly with the departure of Justin Blackmon to the NFL. Entering this season, Moore already ranks 21st on OSU's all-time receiving yards list with with 1,067.

For more on Oklahoma State, be sure to visit Cowboys Ride For Free. And, for additional college pigskin coverage, head over to SB Nation's NCAA Football hub.

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