The Oklahoma quarterback's offseason arrest is fully settled now.
Oklahoma announced last week Baker Mayfield's punishment for his drunken offseason arrest. The star quarterback will have to take alcohol classes and do community service.
That's not the full extent of his punishment, though.
An Arkansas court has ruled on Mayfield's Feb. 25 arrest, which included charges of public intoxication, disorderly conduct and fleeing.
Mayfield plead guilty to the three charges and has to pay multiple fines, along with court costs.
From the Dallas News:
Following his Feb. 25 arrest in Fayetteville, Ark., Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield has been fined by the city court $100 for each charge of public intoxication, disorderly conduct and fleeing, the Fayetteville prosecutor's office said Monday.
Mayfield will pay court costs, as well, bringing his total penalty to $460. The fine is average for class C misdemeanors in the state of Arkansas, a spokesperson for the prosecutor's office said.
Oklahoma opens its season on Saturday, Sept. 2 against UTEP.