UK Football Quarterback Curtis Pulley was cited in June on misdemeanor possession of marijuana. In July, he was stopped for speeding in Elizabethtown and then arrested and lodged in the Hardin County Jail after begin charged with driving on a suspended or revoked license and having expired plates and registration.
This isn't the first time the junior from Hopkinsville has been in the doghouse; in the spring of 2007, Pulley withdrew from school for academic reasons then re-enrolled in the Fall before being red-shirted last season.
In the spring, Pulley was competing against sophomore Mike Hartline to become Andre Woodson's successor at quarterback.
With disciplinary action still to be determined, things remain up in the air as Kentucky's first practice is August 5th.