Baker Mayfield charged with public intoxication, disorderly conduct
Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield has been arrested and charged with public intoxication, disorderly conduct, fleeing, and resisting arrest, according to a Washington County Sheriff's report in Arkansas.
Details of the incident are unclear at this point, but Mayfield was charged Saturday morning, according to the police report.
Mayfield is one of college football's elite passers, throwing for nearly 4,000 yards and 40 touchdowns for the Sooners in 2016. He finished third in Heisman voting and fourth in 2015.
The team released a statement on the matter:
After guiding Oklahoma to a Big 12 title and Sugar Bowl win last season, Mayfield opted to return to Norman for his senior season. It remains to be seen if Mayfield will receive any discipline from head coach Bob Stoops over the alleged incident.
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