Reports from various sources indicate that Remington was stopped by Eugene Police and was given a breathalyzer test. According to reporter Jen Beyrle, Remington who is over age 21, had a .08 which is below the legal standard in Oregon.
The Eugene Register-Guard is reporting via Twitter, that Remington is scheduled for arraignment on Nov. 1, two days before Oregon's match up with USC.
Oregon's next scheduled game in next Thursday, when the Ducks travel to Tempe, Ariz. to take on the Arizona State Sun Devils in a night game.
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