Alabama sophomore linebacker Quandarrius Robinson was arrested and charged with driving under the influence Saturday night, and on Monday, coach Nick Saban said Robinson is suspended indefinitely.
"He will get evaluation and also go through the protocols we have for any alcohol- or drug-related issue," Saban said.
Officers arrived at the scene of a three-car wreck at 11:18 p.m. Saturday, finding two vehicles that had sustained heavy damage. No one was injured.
As a result of the investigation of the scene at Hargrove Road and Prince Avenue, the 20-year-old linebacker was charged with DUI. He was being held at Tuscaloosa County Jail on Sunday morning and was to be released after 12 hours or passing a sobriety test, according to TPD.
Robinson, who did not play in 2020, is part of a deep outside linebackers spot that is led by Will Anderson and Chris Allen. Other players who could contribute this fall include Chris Braswell, Drew Sanders and Dallas Turner.