Kansas State starting redshirt junior linebacker Da’Quan Patton was arrested Sunday night after failing to appear in court for not paying a speeding ticket.
Patton face a bond of $1,000 and was released after he paid it.
This story was first reported by the Wichita Eagle’s Kellis Robinett.
At Tuesday’s football press conference, head coach Bill Snyder was asked about Patton’s arrest and status.
“[Patton] had not paid a ticket, and there will be internal consequences for that,” Snyder said.
When asked if Patton would be available for Saturday’s game against TCU, Snyder said “probably.”
Patton is K-State’s second leading tackler this season with 49 tackles.