For the second time in five months, Oklahoma State defensive tackle Christian Littlehead has an off-field legal issue with which to deal.
According to Tulsa World, the defensive lineman was one of five people arrested very early Saturday morning on a complaint of public intoxication. Citing a police report, the paper writes that “officers were called to a Tahlequah [Okla.] apartment complex about 4:30 a.m. on a noise complaint. They found several people drinking in the parking lot and being loud.”
Littlehead was allegedly one of the several drinking and/or being loud, leading to his arrest.
The football program is aware of the situation but has no comment.
Littlehead played in all 12 regular season games last year as a redshirt freshman, starting four of those contests. He likely would’ve at least played in the Cowboys’ bowl game as well, but was arrested in early December on one count of possession of drug paraphernalia.
Head coach Mike Gundy subsequently suspended Littlehead for the Fiesta Bowl matchup with Stanford.