Who knows what actually happened last night at Roppollo's Pizzeria at 1:30 a.m., but it was enough for four Longhorns to get slapped with a Class C Misdemeanor "failure to obey a lawful order" charge.
In other words, they refused to GTFO.
Rumors range from Kenny Vaccaro insisting on tossing the dough for his own pizza to Barrett Matthews hoarding what was rightfully Alex Okafor's parmesan cheese. Eryon Barnett was also there, even though he has officially transferred. Is he working for the Aggies? Critical questions abound. It's also likely some of 6th Street's finest asshole Robocop's were involved.
Not much good happens at 6th Street on a Sunday night at 1:30 a.m., so this was preventable simply by NOT GOING TO FUCKING 6TH STREET. And this is something Benny Wiley and Mack Brown can remedy quickly without the need for suspensions.
But it's also unfortunate press for two potential first round draft picks in Vaccaro and Okafor, who Todd McShay will mysteriously downgrade after they blow up at the combine and Kiper has them in the Top 10.
When I first read Kenny V was arrested on 6th St, I figured somebody got killed, so this is a relative win.