Alabama LB Quandarrius Robinson was arrested on DUI charges on Sunday morning
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Alabama LB Quandarrius Robinson was arrested on DUI charges on Sunday morning. Per Alabama’s Rivals.com site, BamaInsider...
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Alabama linebacker Quandarrius Robinson was involved in a car wreck in Tuscaloosa, Ala. on Sunday morning and was charged with driving under the influence, according to multiple reports. According to the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s office, Robinson posted a $1,000 bond.
AL.com has also confirmed the news...
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The collision involved three cars and occurred just after 11 p.m. at the corner of Hargrove Road and Prince Avenue, according to Tuscaloosa Police. Two of the cars were heavily damaged but nobody was injured and Robinson was taken to jail pending a sobriety test, according to TPD.

Robinson on Sunday morning was listed as an inmate at Tuscaloosa County Jail with a $1,000 bond.
(The Spun)
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Quandarrius
Reply1 month
I knew a guy one time named LaLarry. To this day, I chuckle.
1 month
Lots of bitch nancys replying...melt bitches melt.
Reply1 month
Looks like he's 3rd or 4th on the projected 2021 depth chart. Looks like this one will be PROCESSED. Did I do that right?
Reply2 months
Wont matter dont have A/C
Reply2 months
The same thing will happen to the two Alabama Football players that were arrested with possession of marijuana, illegal carrying of a weapon in the presence of narcotics and illegal possession of stolen firearms, according to the arrest report in Monroe, LA. Back in 2016..."Nothing"!
Reply2 months
See what you don't recall is that the cop in Monroe who arrested those Alabama players was a Florida fan. Clearly, the cop in question here is likely an Auburn fan. Nothing to see here.
2 months
Go back under your rock and stay there you filthy lying beast.
1 month
Is he a starter? If so, he won’t mis a snap because of this.
Reply2 months
Was he sweating while we are at home in the air conditioning?
Reply2 months
Who?
Reply2 months
Team sweep activated!!!!
Reply2 months
A wrecked Charger in Tuscaloosa. Tragic. I hope the can quickly figure out whether to repair it or get him a new one.
Reply2 months
I think we all know it’s going to be replaced with a new one.
2 months
QB
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It will be in the shop for the rest of his career at Alabama, and he is loaner will be....you know, whatever he wants to drive.
2 months
An ice cream will be served up after Q gets outta the clink. Saban aint go do nuffin.
Reply2 months
Law enforcement officers about to get fired for having the nerve to arrest a Bama ball player. ??
Reply2 months
"a group of Bama players can be caught with drugs and weapons out of state and not get so much as a slap on the wrist" NOT TRUE. Suspension if a walk-on that doesn't play. Someone that plays will have to do the sprint. And a starter will get an uber account paid for by a booster and a strongly worded email
Reply2 months
Check the Ouchita Parish criminal records from a few years back there, podna.
2 months
Literally a group of Bama players can be caught with drugs and weapons out of state and not get so much as a slap on the wrist. Saban will make them run an extra 40 yard sprint and all is good.
Reply2 months
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Quandarrius? At least it wasn't L'Quandarrius.
Reply2 months
I wonder if they will replace his Charger?
Reply2 months
He will be suspended for the first half of Monday’s practice but ready to start opening game
Reply2 months
Hate to break it to everyone but he wasn’t going to play this year anyway. The Tide rolls on
Reply2 months
Cheatin ain't winning, scumbag
2 months
The bigger question is how long until the arresting officer is fired, so charges are dropped.
Reply2 months
Beat me to this one
2 months
He will have to sit out the first half vs north western south institute of tech to teach him a lesson. Saban is a discipline 1st HC
Reply2 months
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