This Week In College

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This Week In College

Here’s a recap of some college news you missed out on because you aren’t in college.

Riding slow, loud, and bangin’

By now, you’ve probably seen the story of Texas State student Tara Monroe. Tara attended a Waka Flocka concert, got pulled over for DUI, lost her license to the State of Texas, and her car to her pissed off dad. Tara, being a pioneer of ingenuity, came back strong by acquiring a dope pink Barbie Jeep and rolling it around campus.

Tara refused to blow into the breathalyzer during a field sobriety test after leaving a Waka Flocka concert, because of course it was a Waka Flocka concert — I swear that dude plays every fraternity party in the country. Her license was of course suspended. But you don’t need a driver’s license to cruise around town in a motherfucking Power Wheels.

San Marcos has Uber (Trust me, I know from experience), so hopefully our girl learns a valuable lesson from this and doesn’t let the internet fame go to her head.

[via TFM]

Just guys being dudes

This little piece of nostalgia comes to us from Phi Kappa Tau at Florida State University, home of the Seminoles. Love the reckless abandon being exhibited by all here. Wonder if they’re runnin’ salt or chlorine through that above ground pool? Bet a lot of bad things happened in there.

Les Miles Is Coffee Dad #timeforcoffee

Did you know you can “kind of OD on coffee?” I knew you could tweak hard, but damn, Les.

Per CBS Sports:

Les Miles offered an update on his health status after taking a trip to the hospital earlier on Monday morning. He was back at practice on Monday afternoon.

“I kind of OD’d on coffee. I feel good,” Miles told reporters after practice. “People decided to take precaution and ordered me to go check up with the medical community, so I did.

“No issues. I feel good. It’s a nice temporary break from the media.”

Miles, who missed his weekly “Lunch with Les” media session, said he had stopped drinking coffee for six months but was trying to work it back into his diet.

I guess the moral of the story is don’t ever stop drinking coffee? I’m pretty sure there’s not enough power in K-cups to take things to this level, so I’ll probably be okay. As for you, consult a medical professional before mainlining the black gold.

[via CBS Sports]


Looks like they’re having a good time. I’ve got a couple early tee times this weekend, and a date with the pool (below ground), so I think I’ll be having myself a good time, too. Be good out there, guys.

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