COLLEGE STATION, TX - The latest college football rankings are out and they have absolutely nothing to do with wins and losses. Apparently, there has been a little too much playing off the field, which has led to some major fumbles.
More than 900 college football players have been arrested over the past five years, and Texas A & M makes the list.
Mike Rosenberg, a former newspaper reporter, now analyzes sports data using arrestnation.com. He compiled some stats about which college football program has to deal with its players getting thrown in jail most often.
Washington State tops the list with 31 arrest, University of Florida was second with 24, and the University of Georgia tied for third with Texas A&M with 22 arrests.
Aggie offenses are all over the field including aggravated robbery, domestic violence and public intoxication.