Oklahoma quarterback Kendal Thompson was arrested for public intoxication Friday morning in Norman, Okla., Soonerscoop.com reported. An officer found Thompson sleeping on a hill and smelled alcohol on his breath while responding to a complaint of a loud party, according to a police report. Thompson reportedly did not obey an officer's commands, leading to him being charged with interference as well. An Oklahoma spokesperson said that coach Bob Stoops was aware of the arrest and will "handle the matter internally." Thompson, 20, is competing for the starting quarterback job.
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