Three UK football players charged with drug possession
Three UK football players are facing trouble with the law after drug possession charges were filed against them. Junior tailback Raymond Sanders, freshman corner Marcus Caffey and freshman wideout Bookie Cobbins were each charged with possession of marijuana on Thursday, September 13th. Police responded to a complaint from Cooperstown apartments where all three were cited and ordered to appear in court on October 9th. The players were suspended for Saturday's game with Western KY.