Second Georgia player arrested alongside LB Natrez Patrick on Saturday night

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According to WSB-TV, starting linebacker Natrez Patrick was arrested late Saturday, just hours after the big game. He was arrested in Barrow County on Sunday morning and booked at 1:30 a.m. on a misdemeanor charge before being issued a $1,030 bond. Patrick, who was a passenger in the auto, was charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana and has since been released after paying a fine.

Patrick had three tackles in the 28-7 win over Auburn that earned Georgia a spot in the College Football Playoff against Oklahoma. He was also arrested on a misdemeanor marijuana charge as a freshman in 2015 and suspended for one game. According to Georgia's student athlete handbook, a third offense for a drug related offense results in a player being kicked off the team.

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Stanley has been a special teams standout on the kickoff and punt return teams as a gunner. Barrow County is adjacent to Clarke County, where the University of Georgia is located. He was in a vehicle with fellow teammate and receiver Jayson Stanley.

In nine games (seven starts) this season, Patrick has 35 tackles and 2.5 tackles for loss.

This was Patrick's third arrest since he arrived on campus at Georgia three years ago. "Mistakes are made", Patrick said.

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