Caroline Price is haunted by her second-place trophy.
Senior football player Malik Simmons was arrested and charged earlier Wednesday morning with marijuana possession and resisting arrest, according to reports from Chapel Hill Police.
Simmons, a cornerback from Florida who started five games last year at the now-eliminated Ram position, has been suspended indefinitely from all team activities, according to UNC athletic department spokesman Kevin Best.
Simmons' bond was set at $1,000, and he was not listed in Orange County jail records as of Friday afternoon.
Several former UNC men’s basketball players have signed contracts or are looking for new teams in the National Basketball Association.
Shortly before West Franklin Street meets Carrboro, a storefront with a blue awning displays the name Chapel Hill Comics.