March Badness

These NCAA basketball stats are downright criminal.
ENTERTAINMENT  |  March 18, 2013By Laura Leu

These NCAA basketball stats are downright criminal.


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$10,000
Value of merchandise allegedly stolen by four Hofstra Pride players—Shaquille Stokes, Kentrell Washington, Jimmy Hall Jr., and Dallas Anglin—on a burglary spree last year. Among the loot: Three Mac--Book Pros, two iPads, and an iPod Touch. All four were suspended, but on the upside, they have promising careers with Apple.


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Grams of marijuana found in possession of Clemson University forward Milton Jennings after police spied a familiar odor coming from his pad. He was arrested and released on bond but was subsequently benched  by the coach. Hopefully with a bag of Doritos.


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47
Number of months Morgan State guard Anthony Hubbard spent in prison after pleading guilty to a 2003 robbery. He now plays as a 27-year-old senior and leads the team in scoring, rebounds, and prison tats.


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0.129
The blood alcohol level of Trey Zeigler, a Pittsburgh Panthers guard, when he was found passed out in his car in November. He was charged with two DUIs and was suspended from the team. Worst hangover ever.


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$50,000
The bond amount held for East Carolina University’s Shamarr Bowden, after he was arrested for allegedly brandishing a .45 caliber handgun and firing several rounds into the air last April. The charges were eventually dismissed, and Bowden returned to his position as, ironically, the shooting guard.


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2
Number of people cops say Murray State guard Zay Jackson intentionally hit with his car in September. He accepted a plea deal on two charges of wanton endangerment and will serve 60 days behind bars. Murray State’s loss is the prison team’s gain!

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