Adrian Arrington runs himself back onto team
As has been widely reported, WR Adrian Arrington has successfully served his punishment and has been allowed to rejoin the team. Apparently, Arrington's penance included the time honored tradition of running the stadium steps in the morning. At the Carr's Wash 4 Kids last Saturday, Arrington was quoted as saying, "(Carr) was really hard. It was probably the toughest situation I had to go through in my life. It was work. But I'm glad I made it."
Arrington's punishment was reminiscent of that served by 1998 Rose Bowl MVP Brian Griese following an incident at Scorekeepers Sports Bar & Grill. Small piece of trivia: Do you know who was with Griese at Scorekeepers when the future National Championship QB kicked a plate glass window and shattered it? None other than his then teammate (and now Michigan QB's Coach) Scot Loeffler. As Griese recounts in his book "Undefeated", a bouncer shoved Loeffler to the ground and Griese kicked the plate glass window in response and the window shattered. The rest, as they say, is history. Go Blue!
*Note: Photo of Adrian Arrington (16) by John T. Greilick/The Detroit News
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