Iowa OT Calloway charged with OWI
IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Iowa coach Kirk Ferentz said offensive tackle Kyle Calloway will be suspended for a game and be required to complete counseling and extensive community service after police say the lineman was arrested early Saturday morning and charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
Calloway was arrested after officers stopped him while he was driving a moped into a barricaded area.
Police say Calloway was given a field sobriety and a breathalyzer test, which registered 0.106. The legal limit in Iowa is 0.08.
"I was very disappointed to learn of Kyle's poor judgment," Ferentz said in a statement. "Kyle will be expected to complete counseling and educational requirements, extensive community service obligations and game suspension prior to returning to the field."
Iowa City Police Sgt. Mike Lord says Calloway cooperated with police and acknowledged he drank seven or eight beers.
Calloway, who will be a senior next fall, has started 25 straight games for Iowa. He was listed at starting right tackle during spring practice.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.
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