Two Tennessee Players Arrested; More to Come?

Tennessee's Da'Rick Rogers and Darren Myles have been arrested following a bar fight in Knoxville. Additional Vols players may have been involved in the incident.

The details are still a bit sketchy, but here's the quick on what we know so far: The players were involved in a bar brawl when UT campus police got on the scene. When the police attempted to take control of the situation, Rogers and Myles resisted arrest, sending one of the officers to the hospital with facial wounds. Myles fled the scene and was eventually located hiding under a bush. Rogers is being charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest and Myles for assaulting a police officer and resisting / fleeing arrest.

As ESPN's Chris Low points out, this incident will test Derek Dooley's claim that he will rebuild the Tennessee program around the concept of character. Dooley has already dismissed Myles, showing that, at the very least, he's willing to exceed the precepts of the Urban Meyer School of Discipline. However, if the charges stick to Rogers (one of the 2010 recruiting class's most highly touted receivers) and / or other players are named in the incident, Dooley's actions in regards to those players will also be scrutinized.

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