Demetre Baker's DUI Charges Mark 10th Georgia Football Arrest in 2010

Zach DillardContributor ISeptember 26, 2010

Head coach Mark Richt’s program is experiencing more and more trouble on and off the field.
Head coach Mark Richt’s program is experiencing more and more trouble on and off the field.Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

Georgia may have lost their third game on the field Saturday night, but insult was added to injury early Sunday morning.

Demetre Baker, a freshman linebacker, was charged with DUI, underage possession of alcohol, and improper driving. Baker was booked by the Athens-Clarke County Police at 4:26 a.m. Sunday, with a bond being set at $2,500.

The Orange Park, Fla., native did accompany the team for its loss to Mississippi State, according to the team's dress-out roster.

Georgia was handled by a 24-12 score in Starkville, Miss., to fall to 1-3 on the year and 0-3 in the SEC.

Baker is now the 10th Georgia football player who has been arrested this year.

(This article was originally published in The Red & Black.)

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