It's deja vu all over again...all over again for Janoris Jenkins.

The senior cornerback was arrested when Gainesville police found him with a marijuana cigar in a parked car Saturday morning.

Not only is this Jenkins' second arrest in three months, but it is his third in a 23-month span.

Head coach Will Muschamp has a tough decision ahead of him in terms of disciplining Florida's top cornerback.

Does the projected NFL first-rounder get another slap on the wrist or will Muschamp lower the boom and kick Jenkins off the team?

If the latter results, then it would most likely leave the Gators' secondary in shambles.

The losses of Ahmad Black and the inconsistent but talented Will Hill have already made the unit an inexperienced group.

Granted, Florida has plenty of talent at cornerback and safety, but without Jenkins in the defensive backfield, rival SEC quarterbacks will torch the Gators this season.

Losing a talented and tenured playmaker like Jenkins would devastate the defensive backs, but that may very well happen if Muschamp decides to put his foot down.

It's just a shame to see a guy like Jenkins, who should be stepping up as a leader at this time, fall by the wayside and do something stupid like this...again.