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Starting cornerback arrested for literally the least worrisome offense possible.

Want proof that it's possible to get arrested by the University of Georgia police for almost anything? Here it is. Again.

Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

In another example of college kids doing dumb things, it appears that starting cornerback Juwuan Briscoe was arrested last night for failing to produce a valid driver's license and not wearing his seatbelt. He was booked into the Athens-Clarke County jail, and stayed for a significantly shorter time than it takes to enjoy dinner at Five and Ten.

Yes, in Georgia you actually get arrested for not having a driver's license. This is because normally in Georgia your driver's license is the surety that prevents the police from arresting you when you get stopped for whatever minor traffic violation you may have committed. Without one, they take you downtown.

I really hope Briscoe gets the punishment he deserves for this. Because clearly valid driver's licenses are all that stand between us and total anarchy. Chaos. The end of the world as we know it.

I'm thinking two rounds of stadium steps should just about do it.