On one level this sounds almost silly – okay, not silly on the level of being cited for emerging from an alley, but still…
Briscoe was arrested for driving without a valid driver’s license on April 23 by University of Georgia police. Briscoe was pulled over after an officer noticed he wasn’t wearing a seatbelt. It was then discovered Briscoe wasn’t licensed to drive in any state.
Apparently, according to Smart, Briscoe wasn’t the only Georgia player who did not have a license.
“We had some other guys on the team who didn’t have driver’s licenses and we got it corrected,” Smart said.
… but on another, it’s a relief to see somebody paying attention to the fine print like this. If nothing else, it lowers the chances of Jimmy Williamson’s finest getting their work in the press.
I wonder who’s responsible for checking on the players’ middle names. Kirby’s on the mother, right?