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The recently released video of Florida's LB Antonio Morrison’s arrest suggests that it was an overreaction on the arresting officer’s part. The video shows Morrison walking by the police vehicle, but not barking at the dog, before being beckoned by Deputy William Arnold. After a brief conversation, Morrison is placed under arrest by Arnold and multiple other officers converge on him.

This is the video of Morrison’s arrest following his barking. The volume is non-existent until Morrison gets in the backseat. Various reports have Morrison suspended for “at least” two games.
Filed Under: SEC Sports
Originally published on SECRant.com

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I believe in justice for football players , kids on the street,mom and dad having a fuss this deal of holding college athletes to a higher standard stinks it is simply saying that they get no justice!
Reply41 months
That is an absurd overreaction. Always hear Gainesville has strict officers.
Reply41 months
Cops are gonna overreact to everything any UF player does now and rightfully so. We're gonna see life sentences for littering.
Reply41 months
To protect and serve.
Reply41 months
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