Georgia outside linebacker Cornelius Washington was arrested early Sunday and charged with speeding and driving under the influence.
Washington was pulled over after driving 92 mph in a 55-mph zone.
The starter is coming off of a game in which he registered two sacks in Georgia's 24-10 win against Mississippi State.
We aren't sure what will happen to Washington, but school policy for a first-time drug or alcohol offender calls for a suspension of 10 percent of the regular season, so Washington could miss at least a game.
And what a big game the Bulldogs have this Saturday.
Georgia, riding a three-game winning streak and very much back in the East race, heads to Tennessee for a game that could make Georgia the outright favorite in the East if it wins. With the shape that South Carolina and Florida are in, a win in Knoxville will go a long way this season.
But what an awful time for the Bulldogs to have a distraction like this. The last thing a hot team wants is a momentum-killer and having one of your fastest defenders make a boneheaded mistake like this could do that.