As Penn State's football team cleans the bleachers after football games, keep an eye on backup fullback Dan Lawlor: he may be the one sniffing discarded soft drinks for traces of bourbon in them, if his substantial BAC reading after his arrest for DUI is any indication.
Lawlor told officers that he had four or five beers and he had sipped some Crown Royal and Coke earlier in the evening, according to the records.
Lawlor was taken to Mount Nittany Medical Center where a blood-alcohol test was performed. His blood-alcohol concentration was 0.126. The legal limit in Pennsylvania is 0.080.
Penn State gets their Lohan on.
At least he was "sipping" it, which is classy, as opposed to "Lawlor admitted guzzling whole buckets of moonshine earlier in the evening, after which he moved on to whatever industrial solvents were in the garage." Lawlor has tucked tail, legally speaking, waiving all hearings and going straight to the let's-get this-over-with-I'm-totally-guilty stage, for which he also deserves some credit.
(BTW, we should totally get breathalyzers and test them one night on EDSBS Live! After the Finebaum show, we were probably at a solid 0.15, because we couldn't even follow the plot of "The Deadliest Catch" afterwards, and it's always the same: crab, men, water, repeat.)
Two FC points for Penn State, who are slowly sippin' away at Illinois' lead in the Fulmer Cup.