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Air Force running back sentenced to three months in prison for drug crimes

Air Force RB Joseph Saucier will face 3 months in prison for cocaine use and drug crimes.

Air Force Academy running back Joseph Saucier will serve three months behind bars for drug crimes including cocaine use.

Saucier a star running back at the school before he was arrested in Arkansas and booted from the squad, according to the Gazette.

He was facing as much as 15 years in prison before he struck a plea deal which dropped his trafficking charges. He ended up getting a 90 day sentence.

Senior RB Cole Fagan admitted using the drug in a 2017 incident and was sentenced to two weeks behind bars. Both Fagan and Saucier were pretty solid. Saucier averaged 6.4 yards per carry last year.

It sounds like our Air Force has a problem with drugs.

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