December 5--  According to WSB-TV in Atlanta, two Georgia Bulldogs were arrested in Barrow County following Saturday night's SEC title game victory over Auburn.

Georgia football players Natrez Patrick and Jayson Stanley were arrested during a traffic stop in which Barrow County officers smelled the odor of marijuana on each player, according to the arrest report released on Monday.

Stanley was driving a car that was pulled over for speeding at 11:50 p.m. on Saturday night in Winder. Patrick was in the passenger seat. Stanley was eventually arrested for DUI, speeding and possession of less than one ounce of marijuana. Patrick was arrested for possession of less than one ounce of marijuana.

Both players started in the SEC championship game on Saturday night. Patrick finished with three tackles, while Stanley didn’t have a catch but got snaps on offense and special teams.

Patrick has now been arrested three times for marijuana possession at UGA, and a third offense means automatic dismissal, according to the UGA student-athlete handbook.

Head coach Kirby Smart, when asked about both Patrick and Stanley’s status on Sunday afternoon, did not announce any discipline: “Natrez and Jayson, obviously I’m disappointed in some of the actions there. But we still don’t have all the information completely in from that. So their discipline will be handled internally.”

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