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Third strike? Bulldogs LB Patrick arrested

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Hours after the SEC Championship game, Georgia Bulldogs linebacker Natrez Patrick was arrested. He was arrested late Saturday night in Barrow County for a misdemeanor charge.

While there’s little details on his arrest, his bail was set at $1,030. The arrest was made at 11:50 pm.

Natrez Patrick heads onto the field against the Vanderbilt Commodores (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)

Natrez Patrick heads onto the field against the Vanderbilt Commodores (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)

Patrick has had numerous run-ins with the law. He was charged with marijuana possession in October, along with parking in a prohibited area. This was his second marijuana arrest since he has been with the Bulldogs.

He also was charged with marijuana possession in 2015. After his arrest in October, he was suspended four games by head coach Kirby Smart.

Smart may elect to suspend Patrick for its upcoming Bowl game. The Bulldogs will play in a New Year’s Six game after defeating the Auburn Tigers on Saturday night.

This past season, Patrick was the Bulldogs sixth-leading tackler with 35 tackles. He also had five tackles for a loss.

Since he has been arrested three times while a member of the football team, the Bulldogs could potentially kick him off the team. That’s shear speculation at this point, but it could definitely happen.

That would give Smart would less headache that he has to deal with moving forward as he awaits to find his next opponent in their upcoming Bowl game.

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