Michigan isn’t the only team facing a player arrest.
Ole Miss tight end Jamal Mosley was arrested over the weekend for disturbing the peace and public drunkenness, per the Clarion-Ledger. Additionally, former player Nickolas Brassel was also hit with a charge of disturbing the peace.
Mosley was listed as the team’s No. 2 tight end, but was expected to see plenty of playing time this fall. Whether or not that will change given his most recent off-the-field issue remains to be seen as Ole Miss has suspended Mosley indefinitely.
“Jamal is suspended indefinitely while we review the situation. We take reports like this very seriously, and we will handle it accordingly once we have looked at all the facts,” coach Hugh Freeze said in a statement.
Mosely was the team’s fourth-leading receiver last season with 12 catches for 166 yards and a touchdown.