The offseason bug bit the Georgia Bulldogs early in 2014. On Sunday night soon-to-be sophomore cornerback Shaq Wiggins was pulled over for speeding, and arrested for driving with a suspended license, according to OnlineAthens.com. He was reportedly going 52 mph in a 35 mph zone on College Station Road.
“As (the officer) ran his driver’s license doing a check, it returned for a failure to appear so he arrested him for that,” said Athens-Clarke County police spokeswoman Hilda Sorrow.
Wiggins was released on $2,000 bond after spending approximately an hour and a half in jail Sunday night.
Just a freshman in 2013, he worked his way into eight starts for the Bulldogs.
Given the Bulldogs’ plethora of offseason incidents during his tenure, Georgia head coach Mark Richt must be sitting in his office thinking to himself, “It’s too early in the year for this nonsense to start happening.”