Malcolm Marable, 20, was arrested early Sunday after hitting a Corvallis nightclub bouncer at Impulse, according to multiple media sources citing a Corvallis police report.
Marable, who pleaded no contest to driving 104 mph in February on the freeway, was cited for "violent conduct" according to the Oregonian. He did so after Ryan Murphy, 19, was detained by a bouncer for using the ID of teammate and fellow safety Anthony Watkins, said the report.
Both were cited and released.
They are scheduled to appear in Benton County Circuit Court on May 16.
Oregon State had no comment other than to say the matter would be handled internally, according to the Gazette Times.
Beavs Marable, Murphy in trouble with law
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