Pulley facing disciplinary actions following arrest

Louisville police confirm that Kentucky quarterback Curtis Pulley was cited for possession of marijuana in June. Pulley entered a guilty plea and agreed to enter a diversion program.

Kentucky State Police also confirmed to 27 SportsFirst that Pulley was stopped on July 22 for speeding and was booked in the Hardin Co. Jail for suspended license, expired plates and expired registration.

Coach Rich Brooks says Pulley will be disciplined, which could include a loss of playing time.


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