Yet another University of Georgia football player is in the news after being locked up in Athens on Monday (October 11th).
Georgia running back Caleb King became the school’s 11th football player to be arrested this year. School spokesman Claude Felton said King was picked up in Athens for failing to appear at a court date in nearby Walton County to address a speeding ticket.
Walton County Sheriff Joe Chapman said King paid a $300 fine after the arrest and he was released Monday morning.
Felton says coach Mark Richt is aware of the situation and gathering information. The school may have an update later Monday on King’s status for this week’s game against Vanderbilt.
King is from Norcross and graduated from Greater Atlanta Christian….
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