on the Fulmer Cup. Evidently the Gators are miffed by our dominance in the recent Fulmer Cup race and have decided to fight back by getting an early lead on next years award.
According to the Gainesville Sun, starting wide receiver Chris Rainey was arrested early Tuesday morning and hit with a charge of aggravated stalking. The alleged victim is a woman Rainey has been dating off and on for somewhere in the neighborhood of three years.
Gainesville police told the paper that the incident began when the woman missed a call from Rainey after falling asleep. Based on the police officer's account of the ensuing events, that didn't sit well with Rainey.
Officer Jesse Bostick said Rainey went to the woman's home, and she talked to him for about 10 minutes and then told him to leave. According to Bostick, Rainey sent a text to the woman that said: "Time to die." The woman called police after receiving the text.
Bostick said that when he arrived at the woman's home he told the woman to call Rainey so that he could talk to him.
The woman said that when she told Rainey that police wanted to speak to him, Rainey's response was, "Wait and see what happens when they leave."