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Driving Under the Influence: Oregon Assistant Football Coach David Reaves was stopped, investigated and arrested for driving under the influence (DUI). Reaves was also charged with reckless driving and reckless endangerment. Oregon placed him on administrative leave with the intention of firing him for cause. Reaves had only been an Oregon employee for five days before being suspended.
Driving Under the Influence: According to law enforcement, Reaves was driving a vehicle containing a passenger when stopped shortly after 2 a.m. for numerous traffic infractions. Reaves was placed in jail shortly after 5 a.m. and released around 10 a.m. on approximately $1,500.00 bond. This DUI arrest will probably be very expensive for Coach Reaves. Reaves was contracted to be paid $300,000.00 per year for the balance of his present employment contract. Head Coach Willie Taggart had intended Reaves to share the offensive coordinator role while also coaching the tight ends and serving as passing game coordinator.
Driving Under the Influence: Reaves probably attempted the roadside gymnastics designed to provide roadside reasons to arrest anyone naive enough to try them. These “tests” are almost never properly given and are almost never passed by anyone who tries them. In other words, the game is rigged. Always refuse the standardized field sobriety tests also known as the HGN (horizontal gaze nystagmus), the WAT (walk and turn) and the OLS (one leg stand). These unfair tasks make even sober people look drunk.