Texas A&M linebacker Darian Claiborne was arrested on Dec. 22 after a routine traffic stop resulted in some troubling discoveries.
According to TMZ, cops found marijuana and prescription pills hidden within a giant Hershey's Kiss ornament inside the car Claiborne was riding in.
Cops initially pulled over the vehicle for not having plates displayed on the front of the car as well as because two of the three passengers were not wearing seat belts.
The cops searched the car and found a "red plastic Hershey's kiss ornament" in the center console ... and inside, it contained a small bag of weed and 5 white and blue capsules.
According to the report, Claiborne said the pills were Adderall that his roommate had given him to help cram for finals. Claiborne did not have a prescription.
The cop says he also found a partially smoked blunt located in a shoe found on the floorboard of the car.
Claiborne, 19, was promptly arrested and jailed for possession of a dangerous drug and marijuana possession. He was released shortly thereafter on a $6,000 bond.
Claiborne, tied for the team lead in tackles this season, has already been punished by the school and will not play in the Chick-fil-A Bowl against Duke.