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Silas Redd Shakes More Than Defenders, Cited for Urination

According to the daily University Police Report, freshman running back Silas Redd was charged with disorderly conduct Sunday night when he was found urinating near the Agricultural Engineering Building.

The report did not say if alcohol was involved or not, though the Collegian states that Redd was not intoxicated at the time. While this is very minor, it continues a trend of Penn State athletes getting in trouble with the law this year. Football player Curtis Drake and basketball player Taran Buie were cited for disorderly conduct this summer after messing around in front of the College Avenue McDonalds and Buie was charged with underage drinking over Arts Fest.

Redd has had a stellar freshman season, thus far, rushing for 367 yards and a touchdown while providing a spark to the backfield when Evan Royster had his early season troubles.

This citation does not seem to be that big of a deal. As Redd will probably say now, sometimes, you just gotta go.

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Dan Vecellio

Dan is a graduate student in meteorology, hailing from Bradford, Pennsylvania. His interests include sports, Penn State and commons cheesesteaks. Feel free to contact me through my email or follow me on Twitter.


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