(WVUE) - There were 927 arrests reported in FBS football over the past five years, according to Mike Rosenberg, a former San Jose Mercury News reporter. That averages out to one arrest every-other day, Rosenberg reports.
Eleven of the 14 SEC teams are among the top 25 when it comes to arrests in college football. Mississippi State ranks No. 28, South Carolina ranks No. 39 and Vanderbilt does not even make the top 80.
The five most arrested teams are Washington State (31), Florida (34) Georgia (22), Texas A&M (22) and Oklahoma (21).
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Rosenberg recently compiled arrest record for the NFL over the past five years. Those statistics can be viewed here.
Rosenberg originally reported 918 arrests over the past five years, but later found arrests at Rutgers and Eastern Michigan.