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Tennessee's Deion Bonner lone suspect in phone theft

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10:30 AM ET 11.03 | In April of last year, Deion Bonner was one of three high school students -- two of them football recruits -- charged with stealing iPhones and iPods from the University of Georgia football locker room during an open-house event. A year and a half later, and nine months after signing with Tennessee, Bonner could very well be facing a similar legal situation. First reported by VolQuest.com, and subsequently confirmed by the Knoxville News Sentinel, Bonner is listed as a suspect in the theft of a student???s cell phone late Wednesday afternoon. In fact, Bonner is currently listed as the lone suspect in a police report on the incident put together by a University of Tennessee Police Department officer. The 21-year-old female's phone was reported stolen from the Health, Physical Education and Recreation Building on the UT campus.

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November 3, 2012  10:46 AM ET

And the beat goes on!!!!!!!!

November 3, 2012  11:03 AM ET

Boy has a problem...

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November 3, 2012  11:11 AM ET
QUOTE(#3):

Drum keeps pounding a rhythm to the brainAnd the beat goes onand on and on and on.......jeez louise

la de da dede - la de da deda.....

November 3, 2012  12:03 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

Boy has a problem...

So does Dooley. Maybe coach told him to call 911.

November 3, 2012  03:15 PM ET

At least he is used to wearing orange

November 3, 2012  03:27 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

At least he is used to wearing orange

With a number on his back!!!

November 3, 2012  06:06 PM ET

what's a guy to do????? pay phones don't exist anymore

November 3, 2012  10:10 PM ET

He will be in prison for selling drugs in no time. sometimes you just can't save them from themselves. As if UT does not have enough problems.
Small wonder Alabama wanted to keep their so-called rivalry game against UT. What rivalry? The other team has to be competitive for there to be a rivalry.

November 3, 2012  10:11 PM ET

If Derek Dooley makes it past this season he will be lucky. Far too many problems and a losing football team.

 
November 4, 2012  06:12 AM ET

There is no 'if', Dooley's firing is guaranteed.

Lousy season, lousy assistant coach hires, lousy player discipline, lousy recruiting...

And as if all that wasn't enough, Dooley is also the hand-picked hire of the now disgraced and fired former AD, which the current AD is of course intensely aware of as he looks to make his own mark in charge of the department.

The question isn't whether or not Dooley will be fired.

The question is whether or not a truly decent coach will be willing to come to Tennessee to replace him this time.

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