Four Tennessee basketball players – including starter Tyler Smith and contributors Cameron Tatum and Brian Williams – were arrested Friday on drug and weapons charges. Cops stopped the quartet’s car – a girlfriend’s rental – and smelled weed. The boys in blue found two handguns, a bag of weed, and an open container of alcohol. Somebody was partying hard after that New Year’s Eve victory over Memphis. Depending on what charges stick, the Vols could have a hard time dancing in March. We can’t wait for the “Tennessee is the New Thug U” trend stories next week. Happy New Year, Bruce Pearl! [Knoxville News]
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