EUGENE, ORE. (AP) - Oregon cornerback Cliff Harris has been cited for driving 118 mph on a suspended license early Sunday morning.
Oregon State police say Harris, 20, was pulled over after an off-duty trooper spotted him about 4:35 a.m. Pacific on Interstate 5 south of Albany, Ore. An on-duty officer clocked Harris and pulled him over.
The fine for driving a vehicle faster than 100 mph is $1,148.
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