Missouri QB Ashton Glaser arrested for speeding tickets

By Tom Fornelli | College Football Writer
Missouri backup quarterback Ashton Glaser had a bad Sunday. Likely worse than yours. Glaser was arrested early Sunday morning thanks to a couple of outstanding warrants on an unpaid speeding ticket, but that was just the insult to Glaser's injury.

On Sunday morning Glaser found himself knocking on the door of a female neighbor. That's when an unidentified male answered the door and allegedly punched Glaser in the face according to Columbia police. The police were then called by witnesses to the incident, but when they showed up to the scene, Glaser was the only person arrested due to his warrants.

So Glaser got punched in the face and hegot arrested. Pretty much the best kind of day you can have.

The warrants on Glaser stem from a speeding ticket he got in November and for not having a valid drivers license. Glaser then decided to skip out on two separate court appearances for the ticket, hence the warrants.

It's not the first time Glaser skipped out on a court date for a speeding ticket, either, as he was also arrested in September of 2010 for the same reasons.

So maybe the punch in the face was just what he needed to realize that he has to own up to his mistakes, and maybe start driving a bit slower.
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