The Fulmer Cup keeps track of arrests through college football and assigns points based on severity of the crime. Right now Oregon leads the 2010 standings with 11 points.
The Fulmer Cup was started in 2006. Since then USC has scored a whopping 4 total points with the arrests of Sharice Wright and Josh Pinkard in 2007.
The lowest offense to get Fulmer points is drunk and disorderly offenses. Murder is the worst offense and will get you 5 points.
The interesting fact is that ucla has made the top 25 two times since the cups inception. In 2009 ucla finished 18th in the standings thanks to that nitwit E.J. Woods and his three counts of sexual battery that nestor doesn't ever seem to mention when he is going off about USC. This is a lucky happenstance for us since arguably USC's worst years for arrests were between the 2003-2005 seasons.
The Ellis T. Jones Award
Is the Heisman Trophy of College Football criminals won by the player that exemplifies the best in criminality for the season. Ellis T. Jones III amassed an incredible 31 Fulmer Cup points singlehandedly. To put this in perspective all the teams that have won the cup since it started didn't get more than 28 points. This makes Ellis T. Jones the greatest college football criminal of all time.
Pac-10 Total Fulmer Cup Points 2006-2010
1. Washington State 27 Points
2. Oregon Ducks 15 Points
3. ucla bruins 10 Points
t4. Arizona 8 Points
t4. California 8 Points
t4. Oregon State 8 Points
t5. USC 4 Points
t5. Washington 4 Points
t6. Stanford 0 Points
t6. Arizona State 0 Points
Stanford and Arizona State are among the 21 schools that have not received Fulmer Cup points yet. Stanford isn't really surprising, but ASU..... wow I would have thought that there would be some trouble from them over the last 4 years.