Appalachian State has suspended Southern Conference freshman of the year Sean Price for an "undetermined number of games."
Price, who caught 81 passes for 1,196 yards last season in only 10 games, was arrested on charges of being intoxicated and disruptive on Sunday by Boone, N.C., police.
"I'd like to say 'I'm sorry' to my teammates and coaches ... and the campus and local communities for the ill-advised decisions that I made that led to my suspension," Price said in a statement released by the school. "My actions were ill-advised and immature and don't reflect how I want to represent my team and my school. I hope to have the opportunity to return to the field and represent Appalachian State in a positive way."
Backup junior quarterback Kalik Barnes also was suspended.
"We hold our student-athletes to high standards as representatives of our program, our university and our community," coach Scott Satterfield said in the statement. "The decisions that Kalik and Sean made did not meet those standards and, therefore, there are consequences."
Price also was suspended last season and missed two games, Fox Sports reported. Yet, he still set FCS single-season records for a freshman.
Price was named to the Walter Payton Award Watch List in July.