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Arkansas Tight End Suspended for Belk Bowl for Shoplifting During Belk Shopping Spree

Photo by Jason Investor

Photo by Jason Investor

I thought it was impossible to shoplift during a shopping spree.  Arkansas tight end Jeremy Sprinkle made the impossible, possible.

Before playing in his final game as a Razorback, Sprinkle allegedly violated the rules of the Belk Bowl shopping spree.  According to SEC Country, each player was given 90 minutes to spend $450 in the SEC’s favorite department store.  They also received a Fossil watch.  Sprinkle tried to take home more than $450 in merchandise.

Bret Bielema suspended Sprinkle two hours before kickoff, ending his career as a Razorback.  Sprinkle had 4 touchdowns in his final season and is considered the No. 7 tight end in the NFL Draft.

Maybe if the NFL doesn’t work out, Sprinkle can improve Belk’s advertisements by replacing Jim McElwain.

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Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

1 Comment for Arkansas Tight End Suspended for Belk Bowl for Shoplifting During Belk Shopping Spree



  1. whack0001
    6:28 pm December 29, 2016 Permalink

    What a piece of garbage. I worked at a grocery store when I was younger. One day a woman came in, won $10,000 on a scratch off ticket, and tried to steal a loaf of bread on the way out lol. Some peoples’ kids.