Cliff Harris Likes Speeding, Driving With A Suspended License

Oregon's Cliff Harris is a fine, albeit brash, young man with a propensity for intercepting passing and taking punts to the house. He's also, apparently, a man that likes driving fast and living life on the edge. Harris was busted on Sunday morning after officers clocked him at nearly double the speed limit ... on the freeway. But to make matters worse, he didn't have a driver's license, if we're getting all technical, as it was suspended sometime before he was pulled over Sunday night.

The news comes via tweet from Rob Moseley of the Register-Guard

Oregon CB Cliff Harris was cited by state police early Sunday for driving 118 mph in a 65 zone, on a suspended license.

I guess I can see it. Harris' license was already suspended anyway, so there's really no need to mess with those silly laws. If he was going to go down, he might as well go down swinging while doing 118 on the highway and bumpin' Goodie Mob.

No word on discipline from Oregon head coach Chip Kelly, but I'm sure he won't be too happy about his star cornerback and kick returner flying down the highway in the fast lane. Go Ducks?

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