One of the more experienced players on Ole Miss’ defense is facing some legal issues.
Cornerback Senquez Golson, who has started 20 games for the Rebels in the past three seasons, was arrested early Sunday morning on a disorderly conduct charge in Gautier, Miss., according to The Sun Herald.
Gautier Police Department spokesman Jerry Cooksey said that Golson was “picked up at 4:50 a.m.” Sunday morning.
“The officer was in the midst of a call and he encountered Golson,” Cooksey said. “(The officer) attempted to identify him, but he didn’t have any identification on him and he wouldn’t give information.”
Golson, who was released on $1,000 bond, has a court date set for July 28.
Per Gulflive.com, Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze released a statement concerning the incident Wednesday through a team spokesman.
“We are aware of the matter and will address it internally,” Freeze said.
Golson, who will be a senior next season, has seen significant playing time in each of his three seasons at Ole Miss. He started four games, registering 16 total tackles and one interception as a freshman. He started six games as a sophomore and made 36 tackles and picked off three passes. Golson then started 10 games as a junior in 2013 and made 41 tackles and intercepted two passes.
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