UGA football player Natrez Patrick is facing a four-game suspension.
According to reports, the starting linebacker was arrested for possessing less than an ounce of marijuana. It was Patrick’s second marijuana related arrest while attending the University of Georgia.
As a result, the university’s student-athlete code of conduct handbook suggests Patrick should face a four-game ban.
The Macon Telegraph was first to report the news.
Georgia head coach Kirby Smart has yet to comment on the arrest or potential suspension.
If Patrick is suspended for four games, he would miss meetings with Vanderbilt, Missouri, Florida and South Carolina. Patrick would be eligible to return on Nov. 11 when the Bulldogs take on Auburn.
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