Cliff Harris In Trouble Again, Caught Driving While Suspended

Oregon Ducks cornerback Cliff Harris is in trouble once again for driving. According to Rob Moseley of The Register-Guard, Harris was caught driving while still suspended, lacking insurance and failing to wear a seatbelt on Monday.

Harris' behavior follows a speeding incident this summer that caused him to miss the early part of Oregon's season. Harris was caught going 118 mph in a 65 mph zone in June and was promptly suspended for his actions.

He missed the team's first three games, including Oregon's 40-27 loss to LSU in the season opener, before returning in Week Four against Arizona. He may miss more time after this incident.

You'd think that Harris would know better by this point: he has already been punished for driving recklessly. Why would he try to drive while suspended? Where could he have possibly been going to warrant such a decision?

You can find a picture of Harris getting pulled over here. ESPN's Erin Andrews sums up the Harris situation best on this Monday night:

C'mon Man RT @BFeldmanCBS: RT @DuckFootball: Cliff Harris: Cited by EPD today for driving while suspended, uninsured and without a seatbelt.
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