OSU football player arrested for DUI

OSU football player arrested for DUI

There are 88 comments on the KFOR story from Oct 26, 2010, titled OSU football player arrested for DUI. In it, KFOR reports that:

A Carrollton, Texas police spokesman has confirmed that Oklahoma State's Justin Blackmon was arrested on a DUI complaint at 3:45 a.m. Tuesday.

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Sue K

Oklahoma City, OK

#1 Oct 26, 2010
All this, and I bet he doesn't miss a snap!
Ben

Purcell, OK

#2 Oct 26, 2010
You can guarantee Gundy will punish him by playing him every down. Gundy needs the wins to keep his job. To heck with right and wrong. Legal or ilegal. Winning is all that matters. Gundy won't do anything to him and it's a shame. Great example.
unbelievable

Perry, OK

#3 Oct 26, 2010
He'll miss a game or two, and the coaches will run his butt off during practice. What else needs to be done? Blackmon that was stupid!!
Barbra Orr

Oklahoma City, OK

#4 Oct 26, 2010
Stuff happens and it goes unnoticed, but when you are the national leader in receiving yards per game it is Headlines today, tomorrow and next year.

“Life Is Great”

Since: Aug 10

blanchard

#5 Oct 26, 2010
What he did was wrong, but he's only human!
Rusty M

Broken Arrow, OK

#6 Oct 26, 2010
My prayers go out for this young boy who made a stupid mistake.
stillwater citizen

Stillwater, OK

#7 Oct 26, 2010
Here we go again.Nothing will happen to him.It's the same old story.You play sports, you can get away with murder. If it's regular old Joe, you're screwed.
KDT

Oklahoma City, OK

#8 Oct 26, 2010
Stop it with the you can get away with anything if you "play sports". His name is all over the air waves because he is an athlete. We will wee what Gundy does. He needs to sit out a game or two to get his attention. He could have killed somebody or himself. If nothing is done then shame on OSU.
This comes from a former college coach who had to deal with these kind of things.
Mama

Tulsa, OK

#9 Oct 26, 2010
Blackmon,Blackmon,Blackmon,It sounds like to me you made several bad choices,drinking underage,driving while intoxicated( I know ,you thought you were fine,all drunk drivers think they are)and speeding.If I were on campus,and my daughter is,I would remove your driving privledges.(for a while)Then I would talk with you and share a bit of wisdom .I will not tell you how fortunate you are to be such a gifted athlete or tell you how many kiddos are looking up to you.(they are watching) You dear heart, are still a very young man with so much to accomplish...Mama wants you to dig down deep and find who you really are and be that man!You do not need this to be your defining moment.This to shall pass,but you must take responsibility for your actions and do an about face! Love you and praying for you.
The other dick

Dallas, TX

#10 Oct 26, 2010
Okay so an under age college kid has a beer or two. To think that a grown man cannot function after a beer or 2 just because he hasn't reached the age of 21 is ridiculous. The am all for getting drink drivers off the road. The article never states what his level of intoxication was. If he was over the limit fine. But a measurable amount can be a beer or 20 beers. What did he do different than any other high school or college age kid? Or Many professional types do daily at lunch? I'm just not the kind of person that thinks drinking 2 beers then driving is a dangerous situation. Any more than that then sure you shouldn't drive. He was driving recklessly and should be fined for that. If his level of intoxication was such that any other person would be a danger to others then he should be fined for that also. Should he have to pay a steeper price than you or me in the same situation. Not on my opinion. Whether he's an athlete or not he is a young man and will make youthful mistakes. Let him pay his fine and get his butt back on the field
KATHY T

Shawnee, OK

#11 Oct 26, 2010
YES HE MADE A MISTAKE AND THANKFULLY NO ONE WAS INJURED---BUT REMEMBER THE GOOD THINGS HE HAS DONE WITH KIDS WITH CANCER OUTSIDE OF FOOTBALL ---BUT--NO-HE IS A BIG FOOT BALL PLAYER SO HE GETS BASHED NOT LIKE THE AVERAGE JOE ON ON THE STREET
American

Fort Worth, TX

#12 Oct 26, 2010
When I was younger and playing football I never drank when it was football season because I knew how much it would slow me down. But know that I am 40 I drank all the time during football season, of course I am sitting in my chair watching the game!
rob davis

Oklahoma City, OK

#13 Oct 26, 2010
The other dick wrote:
Okay so an under age college kid has a beer or two. To think that a grown man cannot function after a beer or 2 just because he hasn't reached the age of 21 is ridiculous. The am all for getting drink drivers off the road. The article never states what his level of intoxication was. If he was over the limit fine. But a measurable amount can be a beer or 20 beers. What did he do different than any other high school or college age kid? Or Many professional types do daily at lunch? I'm just not the kind of person that thinks drinking 2 beers then driving is a dangerous situation. Any more than that then sure you shouldn't drive. He was driving recklessly and should be fined for that. If his level of intoxication was such that any other person would be a danger to others then he should be fined for that also. Should he have to pay a steeper price than you or me in the same situation. Not on my opinion. Whether he's an athlete or not he is a young man and will make youthful mistakes. Let him pay his fine and get his butt back on the field
so when he is speeding and kills another driver thats okay
Robert Paulson

Oklahoma City, OK

#14 Oct 26, 2010
KDT wrote:
This comes from a former college coach who had to deal with these kind of things.
Junior college doesn't count for much, chief.
Ddd13

Ardmore, OK

#15 Oct 26, 2010
It was a stupid mistake made by young man and yes he should have some sort of punishment, but not to the extreme of kicking him off the team. I can tell you this, I have known Justin and his family for years and believe me when I tell you his biggest worry right now is not what the coach is going to do to him but having to face his mom.

Hang in there baby. Take responsibility for your actions and find some way to make it right. What you do now will show everyone that you are the man we all know you to be. And don't forget that even tho you made a bad decision and a huge mistake, your Plainview family still love you!
The other dick

Dallas, TX

#16 Oct 27, 2010
rob davis wrote:
<quoted text>so when he is speeding and kills another driver thats okay
I think if you will look closer I said he should be fined for speeding.
Steve

Saint Louis, MO

#17 Oct 27, 2010
Pistol's misfiring!!!!!T-Boone will get involved.
Tuna boat

Montgomery, AL

#18 Oct 27, 2010
Well let's hope the NCAA doesn't poke their nose in it. Let's see he went to Dallas and had a few drink's in the eye's of the NCAA that should be good for sitting out a half season. After all he did go to see Dez Bryant. And yes he is a young man doing the same thing most normal young men do at that age. It's not right but yet it still happen's. Move on here's your cookie!
Bullfarts

Houston, TX

#19 Oct 27, 2010
Cookiefarts
Stevens

Oklahoma City, OK

#20 Oct 27, 2010
Its only underage drinking. He wasn't drunk. His fine should be IT! Now get on with life.

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