Good luck finding a better college football arrest this week than Oregon State’s Tyler Thomas. According to Cliff Kirkpatrick of the Corvallis Gazette-Times, Thomas was arrested for “second-degree criminal mischief, first-degree criminal trespass and resisting arrest.” Police told the paper, a 32-year-old woman called the police at 4:51 am claiming there was a naked man in her residence. “When officers arrived, they ordered him to get on the ground several times, but he refused. Then Thomas, who had reportedly been drinking, got into a ‘three-point stance’ and lunged at the officers, who tased him.” [via Bruce Feldman]
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