Auburn QB Nick Marshall Cited for Weed

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Auburn QB Nick Marshall Cited for Weed

Another football player has been cited for marijuana possession! Heisman trophy candidate and Auburn QB Nick Marshall was cited for marijuana possession Friday in Reynolds, GA! has learned via USAToday that Nick Marshall has wound up in trouble with the law in Reynolds, Ga. when he got cited for weed possession.

Marshall, a rising senior for the Tigers, was pulled over at 12:48 p.m. ET, Police Chief Lonnie Holder told WSFA. According to the station, Holder said Marshall was pulled over for a window tinting violation. The odor of marijuana was present, the station reported, and less than an ounce of residue was found.

Marshall was not arrested. Holder could not be reached for comment by USA TODAY Sports.

Reynolds is located between Auburn, Ala., and Marshall’s hometown of Pineview, Ga.

Marshall is a returning starter for a team that came within a field goal of winning the national title in coach Gus Malzahn‘s first season. He is expected to be one of the best quarterbacks in the Southeastern Conference this season.

Marshall is scheduled to represent Auburn on Monday in Hoover, Ala., as part of the SEC Media Days.