While Iowa's Kirk Ferentz was off on a Caribbean cruise, two more of his players got into trouble over the weekend.
That brings the total to 14 arrests involving 13 players in the past 10 months. More troubling news could be coming.
Officials continue to investigate allegations of sexual assault in a dormitory room last October. Three members of Iowa's team were questioned in connection with the incident.
In another embarrassing moment last August, photos of Iowa players with large amounts of cash and liquor bottles appeared on one player's Facebook page.
Then you have Albert Young, a senior running back last season, saying this about the crime spree in Iowa City:
"Things definitely have gotten out of hand. There is no way around it. And it started happening even before the season."
Ferentz had a marvelous run from 2002-04, when his teams totaled 31 victories. Any legal problems were overshadowed by the winning. No more. Ferentz, who mysteriously had his contract extended through 2013 before his cruise, has a 19-18 record the past three seasons.
At least Iowa owns the rights to FireKirkFerentz.com.