MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) -- A football player at the center of an NCAA investigation at Oklahoma is free on bail following his arrest on suspicion of drunken driving in Montana.
University of Montana football coach Bobby Hauck didn't release details of junior offensive lineman JD Quinn's arrest, but says disciplinary action will be taken, including mandatory alcohol counseling.
Missoula Police Lieutenant Mike Brady said James David Quinn was pulled over about 2:30 Sunday morning for allegedly driving 44 miles per hour in a 35 mile-per-hour zone.
Brady says Quinn was taken into custody on speeding and first-offense DUI complaints following a field sobriety test.
Court officials say Quinn pleaded not guilty during a court appearance Monday.
Quinn and OU quarterback Rhett Bomar were kicked off the team last August and lost a year of eligibility for being paid for work they hadn't performed at a car dealership.