Both players were booked into the jail between 3:20 and 3:39 a.m. Sunday and released about two hours later. Their arrests came about 12 hours after the Bulldogs had concluded their spring practices with the annual G-Day game.
Coach Mark Richt became aware of the situation early Sunday morning, according to sports information director Claude Felton.
"Coach Richt is looking into it," Felton said.
As of Sunday evening, Richt hadn't announced any penalties for the players, but Golston could face a suspension of a game or more to start the 2005 season. Richt could not be reached for further comment.
Golston, a senior All-SEC candidate was being counted on to provide leadership for the defense this season, has made 72 tackles in his Georgia career. He was an All-SEC honorable mention last season.
Derrick White was released on $500 bond. He earned the starting job at strongside linebacker during spring practice. The senior has 93 tackles in three seasons at Georgia.