Meyer addresses Gators' staggering arrest rate

By: AP
By: AP

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Florida coach Urban Meyer says he is
"real upset" about the run of arrests in his program and doesn't
know what suspended receiver Chris Rainey can do to get back on the
team.

When Rainey was arrested and charged with aggravated stalking
last week it marked the 30th arrest - involving 27 players - in
Meyer's tenure.

Meyer, who has won two national championships in his six seasons
at Florida, bristled Thursday when asked about the perception of
his program.

He says, "We do it the right way at Florida and we have to do a
better job with correcting some of the people making mistakes."

Rainey faces a third-degree felony charge for allegedly sending
a former girlfriend a threatening text message.

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