Vine superstar's brother embroiled in drug scandal

How Will Grier's Suspension Impacts UF

Vine superstar Nash Grier's brother has landed himself in some hot water.

According to multiple reports, Nash's older brother Will is suspended from the University of Florida's football team for the rest of the season after testing positive for drugs.

Will Grier, 20, has made a name for himself in the football world this year while playing quarterback for Florida.

Multiple media outlets are reporting that the star redshirt freshman tested positive for performance enhancing drugs (PED), which is a violation of NCAA rules.

Florida Head Coach Jim McElwain said in a press conference that the team will appeal Grier's suspension.

Grier is expected to be out for at least the rest of the 2015 season. NCAA rules require a full-year suspension for any failure of non-school-issued PED exams. Which means that if the test Grier allegedly failed was NCAA-mandated, he may sit out the first six games of next season, as well.

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Grier has helped bring Florida to victory a couple times over the current football season, including this past weekend's win over Missouri.

The Grier family are no strangers to the spotlight. His 17-year-old brother Nash and 15-year-old brother Hayes are major stars on the Internet, raking in millions of followers on Twitter and Vine.

Nash, who is the most well-known of his notable siblings through his Vine videos, tweeted cryptically earlier today:

Hayes, who is currently the youngest contestant ever on this season of Dancing With The Stars, also tweeted support for the Gator Nation yesterday:

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