Scott Olmos-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire
Oregon Senior defensive lineman Isaac Remington started all 6 games of this season up until last weekend. However, he was suspended indefinitely by the Ducks following an arrest for driving under the influence this past week.
Details are scarce at this moment, but Remington was pulled over near campus at 12:30 A.M. for reasons that are currently unknown. Remington then subsequently failed field sobriety tests before being arrested and charged with driving under the influence of intoxicants.
Oregon was on a bye this week, but they face Arizona State. Remington's backup is former US Army All American freshman Arik Armstead, so maybe this arrest will usher in a new era.
Update: No charges will be brought up against Remington after it was found out his BAC was a .06 on the breathalyzer, under the legal limit of .08.