Georgia inside linebacker Natrez Patrick started in the Bulldogs' SEC championship game victory over Auburn on Saturday afternoon, but he reportedly spent part of Saturday night and Sunday morning in jail on a misdemeanor charge.
Stanley was arrested and charged for DUI, possession of marijuana less than one ounce and speeding, going 87 miles per hour in a 65 miles per hour zone.
According to a Barrow County arrest record attained by DawgNation, the two Georgia players were arrested by police at 11:50 p.m. Saturday.
Patrick made three tackles in Georgia's 28-7 win over Auburn. His bond was set for $1,030. He and former teammate Chauncey Rivers were arrested for possession of marijuana and served one-game suspensions. He is a contributor on special teams coverage.
Patrick was a passenger in a vehicle driven by wide receiver Jayson Stanley.
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Patrick's first arrest came when he was a freshman at UGA in 2015.
It's the third arrest for Patrick, the team's starting middle linebacker, in his Georgia career.
Georgia is the No. 3 seed in the College Football Playoff and will play No. 2 Oklahoma in the Rose Bowl Game presented by Northwestern Mutual on New Year's Day.
Patrick, a junior from Atlanta, is the Bulldogs' fifth-leading tackler with 35 stops this season.
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