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  Four Penn State football players were charged with marijuana possession Monday, pushing the number of Nittany Lions facing pot charges since July to eight. One former Penn State football player was also charged with marijuana possession Monday, making him the second former Nittany Lion to be charged this month. The university's athletics department is aware of the charges against redshirt freshman linebacker Lance Dixon, redshirt freshman cornerback Daequan Hardy, redshirt freshman running back Terry Smith and freshman cornerback Joseph Johnson III, a spokesperson wrote in a statement. "These alleged actions do not reflect the values and standards of our program and will be addressed," the athletics department said. "We will not comment any further as this is an ongoing legal matter." Dixon, Hardy, Smith and Johnson were charged after a university police officer smelled pot coming from the quartet's on-campus apartment in August. An officer found a bag of marijuana in Dixon's room, a "partially smoked marijuana joint" in Hardy's room, three bags of marijuana in Smith's room and two bags of marijuana in Johnson's room, police wrote in an affidavit of probable cause filed Monday. - Centre Times

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