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Sean Stanley Charged With Disorderly Conduct

Penn State defensive end Sean Stanley was cited for the second time this season. In October, he was charged with one count of misdemeanor possession of marijuana. Last Friday, the citation was for public urination.

According to the Collegian, police said that alcohol was involved in this incident. Stanley joins running back Silas Redd, who was cited for public urination on Sunday. While this is Stanley’s second incident this year, as of now his playing status remains unchanged.

Stanley has played in eight games this year, only compiling 11 tackles. Coach Joe Paterno discussed Stanley today in his press conference saying, “Well, he hasn’t played as well as I hoped he would.”

While it is never a good thing when football players urinate in public, at least they are not doing it on CATA buses.

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Michael Berton

I grew up in a Philly suburb, then moved to a different one. I am now at Penn State, where I can actually sate my giant appetite for sports. Other than writing, I also play the cello in the Penn State Philharmonic.


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