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Georgia football player arrested
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REMERTON — Officials in Lowndes County say Zach Mettenberger, a candidate for Georgia's starting quarterback job, has been released on bond after being arrested in a south Georgia bar.

Remerton Police Chief Mike Terrell said Monday the circumstances are still being investigated, but the city police report says Mettenberger was arrested at a bar called Flip Flops early Sunday. A police report says he's charged with underage consumption and possession of alcohol, possessing fake identification and disorderly conduct-obstruction.

The 18-year-old Mettenberger is a redshirt freshman from Oconee County. The university is on spring break.
A University of Georgia athletic department spokesman did not immediately return a phone call seeking comment.
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