UGA players arrested after SEC Championship


On Saturday, Georgia crushed Auburn in the SEC championship game and it was good vibes all around and it was time to celebrate, because they knew they were headed to the College Football Playoff.

The former Mays standout was suspended four games as a second offender following an early October arrest for two misdemeanor charges involving possession of less than once ounce of marijuana and parking in a prohibited area. He was in a vehicle with fellow teammate and receiver Jayson Stanley. Georgia officials have not yet commented on Patrick's arrest. Online jail records show Patrick was released on $1,030 bond on Sunday.

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Patrick is Georgia's sixth-leading tackler with 35 stops, and he had three tackles in the SEC championship game.

After the Georgia Tech win to end the regular season, Patrick said he was "so grateful to be on a team like this", after serving his suspension. According to 11Live News, Patrick is facing marijuana possession charges. Stanley has three tackles on special teams and hasn't had a reception in 11 games.