According to On3 Sports, Javon Bullard, who participated in the game against Kent State on Saturday, was detained early on Sunday and charged with a minor DUI and six additional traffic offenses.
On Sunday morning, shortly before 5 a.m. ET, Bullard was arrested and eventually freed on bail after roughly 2.5 hours.
He has participated in each of the Bulldogs' four games this season, making a total of seven tackles (five solo).
Bullard was a three-star recruit and a member of the 2021 recruiting class prior to joining the Bulldogs. According to the 247Sports composite rankings,
he was both the No. 52 cornerback prospect nationally and the No. 52 player in his home state of Georgia.
When new information is available, we'll update this article.