A Gopher football player was arrested and put in jail on Sunday night for obstructing the legal process and minor alcohol consumption, according to the Minnesota Daily.
Freshman defensive back, Michael Carter and his teammate Kenneth Watkins had attempted to "fight" with two other males outside Mesa Pizza in Dinkytown the University Police report said.
Carter refused to cooperate with police officers and became aggressive, the police report stated, while Watkins obeyed with police and tried to get Carter to do the same.
The Minnesota Daily said it took two police officers to arrest Carter and he had a BAC of .055.
The Pioneer Press reported that Carter has played in all nine games and recorded five tackles this season. He is No. 2 behind cornerback Traye Simmons.
A university althletic department spokesman said that there was no one available for comment and the football team has not yet taken any action regarding the incident.