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In keeping with

the Aggie-bashing fun

, I bring you the return of college football police blotter...

The story begins on November 29, 2007, when two men staged a home invasion at the Callaway Vista Apartments in Bryan-College Station. One of the men was armed, and the victim suffered minor injuries.

This incident leads to the events of yesterday, in which Aggie football players Yemi Babalola and Brandon Joiner were arrested and indicted on two counts each of aggravated robbery.

But wait, it gets better. Joiner was also indicted on one felony count of manufacturing or delivering methamphetamines and two misdemeanor counts of possessing marijuana and hydrocone.

The players have, obviously, been indefinitely suspended from the football team.

Gig 'em. -- John Royal

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