Oklahoma QB Chris Robison, DB Ronnie LaRue Arrested for Public Intoxication

Tyler Conway@jtylerconwayFeatured ColumnistApril 9, 2017

Scout.com

Oklahoma quarterback Chris Robison and defensive back Ronnie LaRue were cited for public intoxication early Sunday morning, hours after the Sooners' spring game.

According to arrest records obtained by Brooke Pryor of the Oklahoman, Robison was booked at 3:33 a.m. Sunday and LaRue was booked at 5:33 a.m.

Robison is a highly touted prep star who enrolled early at Oklahoma for the spring semester. He was Scout's 10th-ranked quarterback prospect in the Class of 2017.

"We are aware of the situations and they will be addressed internally," an Oklahoma spokesperson told Pryor.

Robison is a highly touted prep star who enrolled early at Oklahoma for the spring semester. Playing in his first spring game, Robison completed three of five passes for 49 yards.

LaRue, a walk on, is a redshirt junior who has not recorded any stats during his first three seasons with the Sooners.

LaRue and Robison make it three Oklahoma players who are known to have been arrested on alcohol-related charges this year. Starting quarterback Baker Mayfield was arrested in February on charges of public intoxication, drunk and disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and fleeing.

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