University of Georgia football players arrested in Barrow County

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Georgia linebacker Natrez Patrick has been arrested on an undisclosed misdemeanor charge after starting in the Bulldogs' Southeastern Conference championship game win over Auburn.

Per Barrow County Sheriff Jud Smith, Patrick was arrested on charge of possession of marijuana, less than an ounce, which is a misdemeanor.

According to a Barrow County arrest record attained by DawgNation, the two Georgia players were arrested by police at 11:50 p.m. Saturday.

Patrick is Georgia's sixth-leading tackler with 35 stops, and he had three tackles in the SEC championship game. His bond was set for $1,030.

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According to UGASports.com, the school's student-athlete handbook calls for dismissal from the team after a third drug-related offense.

Stanley has been a special teams standout on the kickoff and punt return teams as a gunner. He and former teammate Chauncey Rivers were arrested for possession of marijuana and served one-game suspensions. He also had a marijuana arrest in 2015.

Patrick was arrested just last month on the same charge, but this is his third arrest total. He was suspended from Georgia for four games and returned to play against Auburn in the regular season. Patrick was recently arrested for possession of marijuana in Athens-Clarke County in October. "Mistakes are made", Patrick said.

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