Screencapped at 3:54 p.m. today, SportsIllustrated.com’s college hoops page still has a headline claiming that Rod Strickland was arrested for a DUI. The link leads to a story more correctly reporting that Strickland “was arrested near the Kentucky campus Thursday and charged with driving on a DUI suspended license.” Why on earth, then, would they leave the misleading headline implying that the arrest was for a DUI? Seems lazy to me. I thought we went over this, Sports Illustrated. Just goes to show that when false information gets out there, it can stick around for longer than anticipated, even when a retraction/clarification is issued.