Cuff ‘EM: Oregon Ducks Cheerleader Molly Maginnis Cited For DUI; No Comment From Chip Kelly

Molly Maginnis

The hits just keep coming for the University of Oregon athletics department.

Even the cheerleaders are getting in on the court system. From over the weekend via the Register-Guard.

A University of Oregon cheerleader has been cited by Eugene police on a charge of driving under the influence of intoxicants.

Molly K. Maginnis, 18, was detained after trying to parallel park her black Chevrolet Equinox along the east curb of Patterson Street near East 18th Avenue about 11:25 p.m. Saturday, police spokeswoman Melinda Kletzok said.

A bicycle patrol officer made contact with Maginnis after noticing her repeated attempts to park her sports utility vehicle, Kletzok said. She was cited and released.

We’ve said it over and over again. If you are going to have a few drinks, don’t try to parallel park. It never works. You’ll either end up 18 and owning a DUI or you’ll hit another car and screw up your paint job.

Throw in the fact that it’s a chick trying to parallel and there is just more madness.

Anyway, we’re obviously efforting Molly’s Internet vitals and will report back with our findings. Art McGregor, AKA “Mr. Everything Oregon Cheerleaders,” has been called in for this case. He rarely fails us.

If you have photos of Ms. Maginnis that need to be seen by the masses, send them in. We’ll run ’em.


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  3. Paul Hume says:

    We all know the timeless saying "With great power comes great responsibility." Maybe the UO cheerleading squad isn't aware of this saying (I'm not implying that they are stupid by any means), but by being beautiful women cheering for one of the top athletic programs in the country, they should at least know the responsibilities as UO cheerleaders. I understand that these women are local "celebrities" (with perhaps some attention of college football watchers NATIONWIDE), and like to enjoy a good time. Being an UO cheerleader is a big deal. And I congratulate them for their accomplishments. However, their lack of maintaining their responsibilities not only make them look bad, but make the entire UO look bad as well (especially considering everything that happened to Masoli as well as other players). Were these incidents not enough to motivate students affiliated with the athletic department to make better decisions and live up to their responsibilities? We made it to the National Championship game for heavens sakes. Is that also not enough? And not to mention, driving under the influence is the stupidest thing to do anyways. My opinion is that Molly Maginnis deserves a heavy, if not the heaviest punishment.

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