Jordan Poyer's arrest over the weekend was just one of several recent run-ins with the law by Oregon State football players.
On Wednesday, head coach Mike Riley responded with this statement:
"We have had a few legal issues as of late with a handful of members of our football team. This behavior is totally unacceptable and the appropriate discipline started immediately with each event and future incidences could result in exclusion from our football program."
One of the best cornerbacks in the country, Poyer was arrested Saturday around 1:52 AM.
According to Corvallis police, Poyer was arrested outside of Impulse Bar and Grill, a nightclub near campus, on a charge of criminal trespassing to the second degree.
Police say Poyer was banned from the nightclub back in February after he tried to sneak in underage. There have been reports about a bar fight that night, but Corvallis police did not comment on it.
Tuesday afternoon Poyer tweeted, "It was no bar fight, people that know me know im not like that. Big misunderstanding on what really happened, but it is what it is.."
Poyer is due in court on June 7th.
He is the third Beaver football player to get in trouble at Impulse Bar and Grill this month. Malcolm Marable and Ryan Murphy were also cited earlier this May.