Georgia players arrested after SEC championship game

Georgia players arrested after SEC championship game

Just hours after Georgia beat Auburn in the SEC Championship Game to earn a spot in the CFP, starting linebacker Natrez Patrick was arrested. He was arrested in Barrow County on Sunday morning and booked at 1:30 a.m. on a misdemeanor charge before being issued a $1,030 bond.

This would be a third violation of Georgia's drug policy, which subjects him to dismissal from the team. Whether Stanley gets the same punishment remains to be seen, but it doesn't appear he has been arrested during his Georgia career. That arrest led to a four-game suspension. He also bonded out, Smith said. "Their discipline will be handled internally".

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The junior was arrested in Barrow County late Saturday night on an unspecified misdemeanor charge, according to the Barrow County online jail report. He is a contributor on special teams coverage. Smart has repeatedly praised his performance as one of the first men down the field on the coverage units. He was in a vehicle with fellow teammate and wide receiver Jayson Stanley.

Patrick was previously arrested for possession of marijuana in October and once in 2015. Barrow County is adjacent to Clarke County, where the University of Georgia is located. He totaled three tackles in Saturday's SEC championship game.

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