St. Augustine police have released the 34-minute recording in the back of the squad car after Florida players Erik Murphy and Cody Larson were arrested on felony burglary charges for allegedly trying to break into a car.
In the recordings, Murphy, 20, and Larson, 19, both admit to underage drinking and trying to break into the car. Murphy, Larson and team manager Josh Adel didn’t know they were being recorded. First Coast News of Jacksonville first obtained the tape an hour ago.
Murphy says during the tape, “They don’t have anything on us, we’re going to get off,” referring to the fact that they had not stolen anything from the car.
Adel said: “(Expletive) that man. It doesn’t matter. My job was supposed to, I’m supposed to be looking after y’all. And y’all are (expletive) going into (expletive) cars that I said not to.”
“I know,” Murphy responded.
Florida coach Billy Donovan has suspended Murphy, Larson and Adel indefinitely. Donovan said Tuesday he is gathering more information into the arrest before making any decisions into disciplinary action.