TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Former College of Alabama soccer standout and present Crimson Tide assistant power and conditioning coach Josh Chapman has been accused of driving underneath the affect.
Tuscaloosa police spokeswoman Lt. Teena Richardson tells information retailers that the 27-yr-previous coach was arrested Sunday morning after he was discovered “handed out” in his car.
Chapman performed school soccer at Alabama from 2007-eleven, enjoying as a defensive lineman on two nationwide championship groups. He spent three years with the Indianapolis Colts earlier than being launched in September 2015.
The Birmingham native has held his present place with the Tide since March.
It’s unclear whether or not Chapman has an lawyer.
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