Former Ole Miss QB, current EMCC assistant Bo Wallace arrested for DUI
Bo Wallace was arrested after falling asleep at the wheel over the weekend
Former Ole Miss quarterback Bo Wallace was arrested and charged with a DUI on Saturday night, according to The Clarion-Ledger.
Wallace, a three-year starter for the Rebels with 62 touchdowns in his career, is currently the quarterbacks coach at East Mississippi Community College, where he played one season in 2011 prior to signing with Ole Miss.
According to EMCC coach Buddy Stephens, via the Clarion-Ledger, Wallace "took prescription medication during the day, fell asleep at the wheel while driving after working a youth camp, got into a wreck and was arrested after the accident."
Stephens and EMCC will continue to gather information on the arrest, but the Clay County Sheriff's Office said it would not provide further information beyond confirming Wallace's arrest until Monday.
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