Florida freshman wide receiver James Robinson and linebacker Ventrell Miller were reportedly cited for marijuana possession inside their on-campus apartment on Monday.
As was first reported by Jacksonville’s First Coast News, citing a University Police Department report, a resident assistant was walking outside of the Keys residential complex on campus around 12:30 a.m. and smelled a “strong odor of burnt cannabis emanating in the air” and then called University Police.
Once police entered the room, in which both Robinson and Miller were identified, “officers found a cloud of smoke and a styrofoam cup that police say appeared to be used as an ash tray,” First Coast News reported.
Robinson has a past history with marijuana use. He was c ited for marijuana possession during his visit at Ohio State back in January.
Miller is already suspended for the season opener against Michigan on Sept. 2 along with six other players for reportedly misusing school funds.
A UF spokesperson could not immediately be reached for comment but said in a text message that a comment at some point Thursday.
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