Underage drinking: popular everywhere, but yet again, Wisconsin leads the way.
Underage drinking is no laughing matter. It's something we took very seriously, embarking on a journey of alcoholic discovery lasting well into our early legal drinking period, and some would say into our thirties. Never stop exploring, champions: it's the only way you find new territories like "PublicIndecencyArrestLand" or "The Island of Lost Credit Cards I Lost at the Bar."
Oregon State's John Braun is an Junior Alcohol Explorer sadly sidelined by those who fail to understand the thrill of discovering virgin territory. Cited for his efforts back in April, Braun's misdemeanor underage alcohol possession charge does earn Oregon State one additional point in the Fulmer Cup, but you don't plant a flag in GutterNapsylvania without paying some kind of price along the way. (Ask Magellan or James Cook: explorin' ain't easy.)
Kansas has way, way more coming in the way of points since now-former defensive tackle Jamal Greene decided to do some urban exploring himself by getting a friend, a gun, and seeing what was in an apartment in Lawrence, Kansas. Unfortunately that apartment was full of people, who had to lie on the groundwhile Green and his friend allegedly peered into the dangerous and exotic land of HomeInvasionia. full-on home invasion with felony charges has to be a four point offense in the Fulmer Cup, since you know, those half-assed home invasions where one guy says, "Hey, let's just hang and order some wings" are three pointers at best.