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August 4, 2008 1:36 PM

Izbicki faces two misdemeanor charges

Posted by Bob Condotta

UW redshirt freshman tight end Chris Izbicki was charged with two misdemeanor crimes today and will be arrainged in King County District Court in Burien on Aug. 14.

Izbicki was charged with criminal trespass in the second degree and minor in possession of liquor after an incident on July 20. Both took place while Izbicki was attending a concert --- the KUBE Summer Jam --- at the White River Amphiteater.

News of this leaked today after UW coach Tyrone Willingham held his press conference on campus so it is uncertain if Izbicki faces any punishment from the team. A graduate of Lake Washington High, he is contending for a backup spot behind starter Michael Gottlieb.

According to a police report, Izbicki was charged with criminal trespass for attempting to get into a restricted VIP area and failing to leave after being asked to do so twice. He was then given a breathalyzer test and recorded a reading of .241, resulting in the second charge.

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Posted by Travuw

2:02 PM, Aug 04, 2008

Kavario, learn how to block fast and get ready to make a name for yourself.

Posted by Jordan

2:04 PM, Aug 04, 2008

Great

Posted by UWHuskytskeet

2:04 PM, Aug 04, 2008

Way to go Chris, lets hope you aren't the focus of a story eight years from now.

Bob ~

ESPN is reporting that EJ is academically ineligible. What, if anything, can he do in order to play this season? What is the earliest he can play?

Posted by onewoodwacker

2:08 PM, Aug 04, 2008

And the hits just keep coming!!!

Posted by KC

2:09 PM, Aug 04, 2008

Way to start off the season, Dawgs!

Posted by John

2:10 PM, Aug 04, 2008

He got too drunk and wandered where he shouldn't have. Sounds like no kind of a big deal. If he wasn't so big they'd have just tossed him out and we never would have heard about it.

Posted by john_s

2:11 PM, Aug 04, 2008

Geez Ty, this is all your fault. If you only would have gotten Chris a VIP pass and a fake ID he would have been in the clear.

Just like it's your fault with the Bellevue Boyz your vendetta's need to stop!

Posted by DawgInNashville

2:14 PM, Aug 04, 2008

A .241...at least we know that he can drink!

Posted by big nick

2:14 PM, Aug 04, 2008

.241?! WOW!

Does this kid think he's a coug??

Posted by andrew

2:17 PM, Aug 04, 2008

Awesome news. Make way for Middleton.

Posted by joey

2:23 PM, Aug 04, 2008

he was drunk and made a stupid but minor mistake. welcome to college Chris. Punish him accordingly and let's move on.

Inevitably, i feel like this will get blown up cause after all, only college football thugs get drunk and party. I mean we did nothing of the sort back when we were in school...

Posted by Husky Fan In New York

2:23 PM, Aug 04, 2008

I should've gotten a MIP at least once in high school and once in college. Guess it was luck (though if you're in an area where you shouldn't be, it's best to obey people lest something like a MIP happen).

I may have gotten up to .241 too but don't have it on record. However, .241 is a lot and thankfully he wasn't close to an automobile.

Posted by John

2:25 PM, Aug 04, 2008

When you're up to .241 you're likely blacked out, and probably not capable of listening to people.

Posted by BSfastlane

2:32 PM, Aug 04, 2008

Thats way above the Mendoza line

Posted by onewoodwacker

2:35 PM, Aug 04, 2008

John -
Pathetic post - Izibicki failed "to leave after being nasked to do so twice" - because he was to drunk to be rational and you joke about it?? Don't make excuses for peoples stupidity, it does them NO GOOD.

Posted by brchco12

2:50 PM, Aug 04, 2008

He always said Shockey was his role model...

.241 is really drunk

being kicked out of a concert isn't a big deal

do we need this right now, no

Posted by uw dude

3:02 PM, Aug 04, 2008

I think the lack of good judgement occured when he purchased tickets to this venue. summer jam?... are you kidding me?

Posted by John

3:09 PM, Aug 04, 2008

OWW,

What joke are you talking about?

And even if I or someone else were to make a joke about the situation, what's the problem with that? Should we make every post on this site in a sanctimonious, paternalistic tone like you?

Posted by jh

3:28 PM, Aug 04, 2008


...seeing that Izbicki is second string...he'll be suspended for one-game...if he was a starter...if get off with a "stern lecture"...

Posted by LA Husky

3:40 PM, Aug 04, 2008

Let the kid make a mistake once and move on.

Posted by firetywillingham.com

3:56 PM, Aug 04, 2008

If he performs on the field he won't have to try and get into V.I.P...he'll automatically be in there..and .241 that has to be a misprint the guy would be in a coma if he was that drunk..not to defend him totally but the cops at summer jam, were being A**H****..your typical KCPD..but let this play out in court, before we make any judgements!!!!

Posted by marc

3:57 PM, Aug 04, 2008

He's an assault, one car accident and a proven talent away from being Jeremy Stevens.

Posted by BrianS

7:42 PM, Aug 04, 2008

.241 indicates that Chris likely has a drinking problem. Hopefully, part of Willingham's punishment includes getting him some counselling. It is also concerning that this is happening before he is legally able to drink in this state.

Posted by Don James

8:42 PM, Aug 04, 2008

0.20 BAC: Felling dazed, confused or otherwise disoriented. May need help to stand or walk. If you injure yourself you may not feel the pain. Some people experience nausea and vomiting at this level. The gag reflex is impaired and you can choke if you do vomit. Blackouts are likely at this level so you may not remember what has happened.

0.25 BAC: All mental, physical and sensory functions are severely impaired. Increased risk of asphyxiation from choking on vomit and of seriously injuring yourself by falls or other accidents.

0.30 BAC: STUPOR. You have little comprehension of where you are. You may pass out suddenly and be difficult to awaken.

0.35 BAC: Coma is possible. This is the level of surgical anesthesia.

0.40 BAC and up: Onset of coma, and possible death due to
respiratory arrest.

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