A former Georgia Tech football star was sentenced to nine months probation on felony drug charges connected to a marijuana-distribution ring.I'm sure a segment of the Techies will see this as a win for Reuben's innocence since he only got 9 months probation. But a conviction on "charges of conspiracy and attempt to distribute 92 pounds of marijuana" sticks with you the rest of your life. The San Diego paper got the story from the AP.
Reuben Houston, 23, was sentenced Tuesday in U.S. District Court to charges of conspiracy and attempt to distribute 92 pounds of marijuana. He pleaded guilty to the charges after his June arrest.