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Taran Buie Busted Again

Penn State basketball recruit Taran Buie is in trouble with the law for the second time in as many months after being cited with underage drinking on Saturday by the State College Police.

Officers sought Buie in the wee hours of the morning, not because of his drinking, but because of a cut on his face; another man had reported to police that he had been abused. When the police started talking to him, they noticed that he, along with the accuser, “reeked of alcohol.”

During Arts Fest weekend, police found Buie and sophomore football wideout Curtis Drake scuffling outside of the College Avenue McDonalds, which happens to be almost the same spot Buie was picked up in this instance as well. At the time, both athletes were charged with disorderly conduct, but no additional action was taken.

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