Georgia tailback Caleb King has been suspended two games after his Monday morning arrest, the team announced on Tuesday.
King was arrested on a charge of failure-to-appear for a court date in Walton County, after incurring a speeding ticket there in June.
"I expect all our players to take care of their responsibilities on and off the field," head coach Mark Richt said in a statement. "When players don't do that it damages the reputation of the player, our team and our university. My goal is for Caleb to learn a lesson and for other players to learn from his experience."
King's suspension is more harsh compared to two other players who were arrested since August. Fellow tailback Washaun Ealey was suspended one game after three misdemeanors stemming from hitting a parked car in Augusts. Freshman Alec Ogletree also got one game after being arrested in relation to the theft of a scooter helmet.
Mr. Malcome, time to take off that redshirt.