LINCOLN, Neb. -- Nebraska's top receiver is suspected of committing his second alcohol-related offense in 14 months. Lincoln police ticketed Niles Paul on suspicion of alcohol possession by a minor and urinating in public. Police spokeswoman Katie Flood said an officer spotted the 20-year-old Paul urinating on a fence at 1:23 a.m. Friday. A preliminary breath test measured Paul's blood alcohol at .104. Nebraska coach Bo Pelini said Tuesday in a statement he met with Paul and that the matter "has been addressed and handled internally." Paul was suspended for the balance of spring practice in April 2009 after his arrest on suspicion of drunken driving. Paul was not charged with DUI. He pleaded guilty to reckless driving and being a minor in possession of alcohol. Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press **************** Hopefully the young man gets things straightened out. Lots of talent that could go to waste. Kind of like a certain CU wide receiver, eh? I guess neither of us can talk smack on this topic in 2010. Maybe it's a good sign. This type of stuff seemed to be happening to both of us a lot back when we were in the top 10 just about every year in the late 80s through the early 2000s.