As first reported by the Daily Iowan's Mitch Smith on Twitter, Iowa Hawkeye wide receiver Don Nordmann might have let his summer get off on the wrong foot.

Iowa City Police cited the junior wide receiver for disorderly house on Tuesday, May 25 at 3:14 in the morning after they responded to a caller complaining of wall-rattling music.

Nordmann was originally a walk-on for Iowa in 2006. He has seen limited playing time for the Hawkeyes since joining the team, recording only one pass reception for 35 yards against Iowa State in 2009.

A disorderly house is an all-inclusive term that may be used to describe anything from a loud annoyance to the general public to house of prostitution and illegal gambling. A small fine usually accompanies the citation.

Officers claimed that it took several loud...

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