Sophomore defensive end Sean Stanley, who was the #14 overall recruit in Maryland, hasn't played in the last 2 games of the season, and just now its coming out why he is in Joe Paterno's doghouse. Stanley, who played in 12 games last season as a freshman with 0 starts, but 2 sacks, was arrested on a misdemeanor marijuana charge. Stanley, who is listed as the number 1 backup to senior Eric Latimore was named on a search report, as well as cornerback Derrick Thomas (who wasn't charged) and police found a marijuana roach, a marijuana blunt, 2 dime bags, bags and candles filled with seeds and stems, and a singled empty Four Loko can. Stanley has 8 tackles in 4 games and 1 start this season. Thomas has three tackles and an interception. The only difference is despite not being charged, Thomas is no longer practicing with the team, while Stanley is.