Steve Levy, the converted fullback who went from third-string, confused with Sportscenter anchor no-name to bowl game starter, probably got a little fightin' drunk at a Kells Irish Pub and Restaurant on Saturday night. We say that because sober people don't often hurl pint glasses at bouncers' heads as Levy did early Sunday morning. As funny-ha-ha as that sounds, it looks a little different when you consider the nasty charge it earned Levy: suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon other than a firearm, which could earn him anything from a fine to jail time.
The bouncer suffered a cut to his forehead but was treated and is fine. Cal earns two Fulmer Cup points for a potential felony assault charge. Though Levy is 22 and perfectly within his rights to go out and have a beer legally, Tedford may want to consider allowing only Joe Ayoob to go out, since there's no way Ayoob would have been as accurate as Levy when throwing something. There's no telling where that glass would have ended up.
NO! STEVE! DON'T THROW IT!!!