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USF's Sam Barrington Finishes The Traffic Offense Drill

Sam Barrington was born to play at Georgia, if an affinity for racking up piddly transportation-related arrests counts for anything.  On the one-year anniversary of his arrest for driving on a suspended license, the South Florida linebacker found himself about exactly where anybody who knows Sam Barrington would expect:

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According to Greg Auman of the St. Petersburg Times, Barrington was arrested and jailed today on an outstanding warrant related to a June citation for, you guessed it, driving with a license that's been cancelled, suspended or revoked with knowledge.

Auman reports that it's the sixth time in 13 months Barrington has been pulled over for traffic violations.
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Haters gonna hate, but it's nice to have hobbies. Everybody has to be good at something. (And depth at LB is a concern in Athens this season. Just saying.)