Wednesday, February 22, 2012
OSU's Marable cited for speeding, 104 mph
By ESPN.com staff
What is it with defensive backs driving in the state of Oregon?
Oregon State cornerback Malcolm Marable has been suspended indefinitely after he was cited for driving 104 mph on Interstate 5 in a 65-mph zone around 1 a.m. on Sunday.
You might recall that former Oregon CB Cliff Harris, who was heading into the 2011 season as a returning All-American, was stopped last June while driving 118 mph at 4:30 a.m. That began Harris' downward spiral into suspension and then dismissal from the Ducks.
So you could conclude that Harris was a bit quicker than Marable, but neither was able to outrun the ole blue lights.
This is further bad news for the Beavers' defensive backfield. Coach Mike Riley previously suspended two other cornerbacks indefinitely: Sean Martin for an alleged DUI and Mishawn Cummings for an undisclosed team rules violation.
None of these three, however, are returning starters. Jordan Poyer and Rashaad Reynolds started every game last year at the two corners.