As expected, some additional details are emerging as it pertains to the recent legal incident involving starting Auburn quarterback Nick Marshall.
Late this past week, Marshall was cited for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana as well as window tint following a traffic stop. Tigers head coach Gus Malzahn said in a statement that he’s “very disappointed” in the incident, although he stopped short of saying what if any punishment the Heisman contender will be facing.
In an interview with WRBL-TV, Reynolds, Ga., chief of police Lonnie Holder, the man who issued the citations, revealed that Marshall was contrite, apologetic and teary-eyed during their encounter following the traffic stop.
“He was very regretful,” Holder said. “He was very respectful. He was very apologetic. He seemed like he was disappointed in himself. He did get a little teary eyed as we had the conversation…
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