Cliff Harris Kicked Off Oregon Ducks For Marijuana Possession Citation

The long-winding saga of Cliff Harris with the Oregon Ducks concluded earlier today. And now we know the reason as to why he's out of Eugene. Rob Moseley of the Eugene Register Guard found this nugget from Fresno.

Cliff Harris was cited for possession of less than an ounce of marijuana in his hometown of Fresno on Nov. 25, the Fresno Bee reports.
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Harris being dismissed from Oregon football for marijuana possession? Shocking!

Harris has lived on the line too much, apparently as far back as his high school days. The Ducks supposedly were going to rely on their pass defense to be one of their biggest strengths this season, but Harris's struggles off the field kept him from playing most of the season.  Without Harris, the Ducks have managed to cope fairly well at cornerback, but their pass defense (and most notably their special teams) have struggled at times to play up to the level they're capable of playing at. But Oregon is probably ready to move on and find players who don't bring distractions off the field.

To discuss Harris and the Ducks, go to Addicted to Quack.

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