The Oregon State Police are being asked to explain why no one was arrested June 12th when Oregon football player Cliff Harris was stopped doing 118 miles an hour. It was 4 a.m. and though the officer was unsure if Harris or any of the other 3 men in the car, including Quarterback Darron Thomas had been smoking marijuana. No one was arrested. Lieutenant Gregg Hastings explains one problem the officer faced: “He possibly would have moved into where he would have searched the car, but there wasn’t permanent long term back up that he had there.” Before citing Harris he did make him and a second man take field sobriety tests. Both tested sober and the second man was told to drive the car because Harris does not have a license.