20-Year-Old OSU Star RB Ollie Gordon II Arrested For DUI

Oklahoma State running back Ollie Gordon II, was arrested this weekend for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol. As reported by TMZ Sports, an Oklahoma Highway Patrol officer recorded that they pulled over Gordon's black 2024 Cadillac on Sunday at 2:30 am. 

The cause for being stopped was a result of Gordon swerving on the road, while also exceeding the speed limit. According to the police report, during the traffic stop, the trooper noted an odor from an alcoholic beverage coming from the car, and Gordon later admitted that he had been drinking alcohol before driving, also divulging that there were two open booze containers in his vehicle.

As Gordon said, upon inspection, the cops found two open bottles, one of which being a half-full bottle of lemonade vodka and the other being a half-full bottle of tequila. Although, Gordon's honesty didn't lead to compliance, as the 20-year-old would not adhere to the sobriety tests. As a result, he was placed under arrest, and this is somewhat serious considering his DUI charge is also connected to underage drinking.

When the blood tests came back, it was reported that Gordon had a blood alcohol level of .11, which is more than the .08 legal limit. As for his status for the upcoming 2024 season, the consequences the star running back will be facing are unknown at this time.

During the 2023 season, as a sophomore, Gordon won the Doak Walker Award honors, which is given to the top running back in college football; he had 1,732 rushing yards on 285 carries (6.1 yards per carry), to go along with 21 touchdowns.

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