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OU to handle 2 football players arrested for public intoxication

CLEVELAND COUNTY, OK (KSWO)- The University of Oklahoma plans to internally address two football player's arrests over the weekend.

Quarterback Christopher Robison, 18, and defensive back Ronnie LaRue, 21, were picked up for public intoxication early Sunday morning in Cleveland County. It came just hours after OU's annual Red-White Spring Game.

Robison, a freshman from Mesquite, Texas, completed three of five passes for 49 yards. LaRue, a redshirt Junior from Dallas, had one tackle.

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