The Commercial Appeal
Sooner lineman arrested on DUI charge
University of Oklahoma defensive lineman Chuka Ndulue (en-DOO’-loo-way) has been arrested in Norman for driving under the influence.
OU campus police told reporters that Ndulue was arrested shortly before 3 a.m. Saturday. Cleveland County online jail records show Ndulue was booked into the jail and had been released from custody by Saturday afternoon.
Campus police and an OU football spokesman did not immediately return messages for comment.
Ndulue started at defensive end in 10 of OU’s 13 games last season and played in all 13 games. He was moved to defensive tackle this spring.
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