Another Husker Cited on Suspicion of Marijuana Possession

Another Husker football player has been cited on suspicion of marijuana possession. Just after 11:30 p.m. Monday, Myles Farmer, 18, was cited on suspicion of possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, said Leslie Reed, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln spokeswoman. Farmer was in his room at University Suites at the time, Reed said. A community service officer detected the smell of marijuana coming from the room, she said.

Farmer, a freshman from Atlanta Westlake High School, is expected to contend for early playing time, according to defensive backs coach Travis Fisher. Fisher said last week during a radio interview that the 6-foot-3, 205-pound Farmer already looks like he’s been in college for three years and is a natural fit for safety. Farmer becomes at least the fourth Husker this summer to be cited for possession of marijuana or drug paraphernalia, joining senior Jeramiah Stovall, sophomore Maurice Washington and freshman Wan’Dale Robinson.