Just a little bit over 13 hours after scoring a touchdown in the Oklahoma Spring Football Game, true freshman quarterback, Chris Robison, was arrested in Norman for public intoxication.
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Robison, 18, was arrested at 3:33 a.m. along with walk-on Ronnie LaRue, 21, who was booked two hours later.
#Sooners true freshman QB Chris Robison charged with public intoxication at 3:33 am this morning. pic.twitter.com/mbOiddhl4Y— Carey Murdock (@CareyWWLS) April 9, 2017
#Sooners true freshman QB Chris Robison charged with public intoxication at 3:33 am this morning. pic.twitter.com/mbOiddhl4Y
Robison, who enrolled at OU a semester early, completed three of his five pass attempts in Saturday's Spring game and scored on a two-yard touchdown run in the second quarter.