South Carolina assistant coach arrested
By SPORTS NETWORK
COLUMBIA, S.C. - The University of South Carolina announced that assistant football coach G.A. Mangus has been suspended indefinitely after being arrested early Tuesday morning in Greenville.
"G.A. has been suspended from all coaching activities until this matter is resolved," said Gamecocks head coach Steve Spurrier. "We are disappointed in his actions and will handle it accordingly."
The State reported that Mangus was charged with nuisance conduct after two Greenville police officers spotted the quarterbacks coach urinating on the curb as they drove by in an unmarked car.
When questioned by another officer, Mangus' speech was slurred and, according to a report from the Greenville police department, he was "uncooperative in providing straights answers."
Mangus joined South Carolina in 2009