Report, themorningsun.com, two Central Michigan football players were arrested for retail fraud, robbery and marijuana.
Central Michigan University wide receiver Andrew Flory has been offered a plea deal if he does the following: pleads to marijuana possession, second degree retail fraud and if he agrees to testify against teammate Ryan Pruche in a related criminal case stemming from the theft of DVDs at a Wal-Mart.
Oruche was arrested at a Wal-Mart on June 7 for second degree retail fraud after walking out of the store with $247 worth of items that he had not paid for, according to an affidavit filed by a Michigan State Police trooper.
According to a Central Michigan Athletics Official, Flory was suspended indefinitely for violating team rules and Oruche has left the program on his own volition.
This is truly a sad story as we want our student athletes to compete and feel as if they are the best in their respective positions while at the same time now developing a sense of being greater than/entitlement complex. Please young men, be upright and humble representatives of your schools and mentors to the younger generations.