The latest player to get caught flying down Oregon's Interstate 5 in a Altima is Oregon State cornerback Malcolm Marable, who was cited for driving 104 mph in a 2005 Altima at 1 a.m. Sunday morning, according to the Gazette-Times.
Marable was not only cited for driving Interstate 5 like it was the Autobahn, but he was also ticketed for failing to produce proof of insurance and registration. The fine for driving over 100 mph in Oregon is $1,148.
Oh, and here's a shocker, it wasn't Marable's car.
Did Marable go to the Cliff Harris school of driving?
Last summer, Harris, a cornerback with the Oregon Ducks, was cited for going 118 mph in a 2011 Nissan Altima down the same stretch of road. He also didn't own the car and was cited for lack of insurance, driving with a suspended license and not wearing his seatbelt. Harris, who had a litany of other issues, was ultimately dismissed from the team.
Marable has been suspended indefinitely, the third Oregon State cornerback to suffer that fate. Sean Martin was suspended after a DUI and Mishawn Cummings was suspended for undisclosed reasons.
Hopefully, Marable's joyriding incident will be his last or else he might follow Harris footsteps right into looking for a new place to play.
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