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Arkansas DE Tre Williams Arrested for DUI

On Sunday morning Arkansas defensive End Tre Williams was arrested on a DUI charge. Williams was apprehended at around 1:50 a.m. and was released on a $765 bond. Williams recorded 28 tackles and a team-high six sacks for the Razorbacks this season. It is unclear on Williams’ availability for their Outback Bowl against Penn State on Jan. 1, 2022.

Williams is a fifth-year senior who transferred this season from Missouri has had other run-ins with the law during his career. In 2018, Williams got was involved in an altercation with his then-girlfriend and was charged with a second-degree assault and was suspended from the program Williams eventually plead to a misdemeanor peace disturbance charge, and then former Missouri head coach Dave Odom brought him back to the program.

In 2019, Williams was involved in a game fight right before halftime when he was ween throwing punches at Florida Gators players and staff and was ejected for the rest of the game.

We will provide you with updates regarding this story.

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