Notre Dame Football 2012: WR DaVaris Daniels Cited For Consumption Of Alcohol By A Minor

The Notre Dame Fighting Irish can't wait for football season to start. No matter how successful the Irish are this season, at least it'll take attention off the plethora of alcohol-related arrests by players over the last few weeks. Quarterback Tommy Rees was recently charged with four misdemeanors stemming from a party in May, and linebacker Carlo Calabrese is also in trouble for fleeing a South Bend party. Now it's wide receiver DaVaris Daniels, an incoming sophomore, who's in trouble for an alcohol-related offense.

Related: Notre Dame Football 2012: LB Carlo Calabrese Charged With Class A Misdemeanor

The Chicago Tribune has details:

Daniels was one of 29 individuals cited at an address that matches his own. Police said they were responding to a call for an ambulance when "all subjects were found to be participating in an underage party and had consumed alcohol while under the age of 21."

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