Not surprisingly, wide receiver Brandon Carter's career at TCU is pretty much over.

TCU head coach Gary Patterson said of the receiver, who in April was arrested on possession of marijuana (which was dropped), that Carter "Probably will not play this year. Academically he will not make it."

I asked GP if he hoped Carter would remain at TCU to regain eligibility and pursue his football career.

"No. He has a redshirt year and I think the best thing for him is to get a new start," he said. "It's setting a precedent - you have to go to school."

This is not for a lack of effort on the part of GP, or TCU. Even after his arrest in April, they tried to bring Carter along, but it just never worked.