Old Dominion standout safety Denzel Williams was charged with felony strangulation and misdemeanor assault on Wednesday. Friday, he filed a misdemeanor assault charge against one of two students who filed charges against
Kentucky punter Matt Panton was arrested and charged with public intoxication on Saturday night after the loss to Ole Miss.
Panton, a graduate transfer from Columbia University originally from Melbourne, Australia, was booked into the Lexington jail after 1:30 a.m. Sunday, according to jail records.
He was arrested by Lexington Police near the corners of South Upper and Bolivar streets. Panton’s arrest citation was not immediately available nor were any other details surrounding his arrest.
Alabama third-string quarterback Mac Jones was arrested Friday morning and charged with driving under the influence, according to the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office.
The freshman was also charged with improper ID by a minor.
Nevada Wolf Pack football graduate assistant Jeff Nady was arrested early Saturday morning after crashing his car into the Nugget Casino Resort, per Sparks police, and has been suspended from the team.
Nady, who is in his second season on the Nevada coaching staff, was charged with five misdemeanors and released from the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office facility by Saturday night.
The current West Virginia University Mountaineer Mascot, Troy Clemons, has been arrested for driving under the influence, according to the Monongalia County Sheriff’s Department.
Tennessee coach Butch Jones announced running back John Kelly and linebacker Will Ignont have been suspended for Saturday’s game against Kentucky after a traffic stop that resulted in their being charged with marijuana possession.
Knoxville Police public information officer Darrell DeBusk told ESPN’s Mark Schlabach officers stopped Kelly’s car at 10:46 p.m. ET Tuesday. They searched the car and found a substance believed to be marijuana and a pipe.
Paris Ford and Tyler Sear face disorderly conduct charges following a dorm room scuffle. One of the two Pitt football teammates charged with fighting suggested Thursday a game of Madden simply got out of hand.
Paris Ford and Tyler Sear, freshmen on the Pitt football team, face charges stemming from an Oct. 17 fight the two had, in a Pitt dorm room, according to a University of Pittsburgh police report filed Wednesday.