Former Bulls star Andre Hall arrested
USF career rushing leader Andre Hall was arrested by St. Petersburg police early Thursday morning on a pair of misdemeanor charges including disorderly conduct/brawling.
Hall, 33, posted a total bond of $763 on the charges -- which included a failure to appear in court for a suspended license -- and was released. Hall currently runs his own bay area-based moving company.
According to a sworn complaint, Hall was involved in a brawl inside the Somethin' Different nightclub at 2420 Central Ave. in St. Petersburg shortly after midnight. As a result of the fight, several patrons were struck and several chairs knocked over, according to the complaint.
Several patrons left the club over fear of getting in the middle of the fight.
A 1,700-yard rusher in his lone season at Dixie Hollins in 2000, Hall established a USF single-season record in 2005 with 1,374 rushing yards, which stood until Marlon Mack eclipsed it this past season.
Despite playing only two seasons for the Bulls (as a junior college transfer), he remains the school's career rushing king (2,731 yards). Hall spent time in four NFL organizations, but his only regular season action occurred in two seasons in Denver, where he amassed 360 rushing yards.