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According to ESPN, the New York Times reported on Friday that two Florida State players -- starting cornerbacks P.J. Williams and Ronald Darby -- were involved in a hit-and-run accident in October that resulted in two traffic tickets:

According to the Times, Williams, driving with a suspended license, hit a car off-campus at 2:37 a.m. on Oct. 5 -- just hours after the Seminoles had beaten Wake Forest 43-3. Both cars were totaled. The paper reported that Williams abandoned the wrecked car and fled, along with Darby and another unidentified passenger, before returning to the scene "approximately" 20 minutes later.

The Times said Williams, the most valuable player in last season's BCS National Championship, was not tested for alcohol or even asked by Tallahassee police if he had been drinking prior to the accident, and that two ranking officers from the Florida State University police department, who lacked jurisdiction, arrived on the scene but failed to report the incident to the school.
The Times also reported that the which unpaid $392 traffic tickets didn't even show up in the Tallahassee Police Department's public online database because of a "technical glitch."
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This shouldn't surprise anyone
Reply77 months
What a trash program.
Reply77 months
This is just laughable. FSU is the new U.
Reply77 months
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