Iowa running back De'Andre Johnson was cited on suspicion of keeping a disorderly house on Thursday.
It seems that Johnson decided he'd like to have a party at his house on Thursday night, and things got a bit too loud for the neighbors. After police were called and showed up to the scene they found 50 people out in the yard and on the sidewalk around the house according to the complaint.
After searching for a while, the police found Johnson in the backyard where the gave him the citation.
Now, considering the string of bad luck that has befallen Iowa and its running back position in recent years, this doesn't seem like much. I mean, De'Andre Johnson is a college student, and whether you believe it or not, college students like to attend and host parties.
I'm serious, I've been there and seen them with my own eyes.
What remains to be seen about this news, though, is whether or not Johnson will be punished. Given that Iowa is already young and inexperienced at the running back position, Johnson not being available for any amount of time would hinder the Hawkeyes offense.
Things get even more complicated following the arrest of freshman running back Greg Garmon in June. Many people had Garmon pegged as the starter heading into summer camp.
And when you consider that there is still over a month between now and the start of the season, who knows what could happen to an Iowa running back before then. The Angry Iowa Running Back Hating God works in mysterious and very enraged ways.