I can’t say I’m too surprised about the outcome to Antonio Morrison’s bouncer punching. Huntley Johnson was on the mother.
As part of his agreement with the State Attorney’s Office, Morrison must pay a prosecution fee of $100 and donate $150 to CDS Family and Behavioral Health Services or perform 12 hours of community service.
Morrison also must attend a drug and alcohol abuse program at UF, attend an anger management program and take part in two eight-hour ride-alongs with UF police.
Morrison must fulfill the terms of the agreement in six months. If he does, his record will be clean.
I can’t help but wonder how this incident will play out by comparison, though. It would be awfully cynical to think that a walk-on redshirt punter would be in greater need of rehabilitation through the criminal justice system than a projected starting middle linebacker. But not necessarily wrong. After all, don’t forget that a scooter was involved.