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Iowa State Sophomore OL Arrested On Saturday

Iowa State Cyclones college football fans rush the field after an upset win against the Oklahoma State Cowboys at Jack Trice Stadium.

AMES, IA - NOVEMBER 18: Iowa State Cyclones fans rush the field after an upset win against the Oklahoma State Cowboys at Jack Trice Stadium November 18, 2011 in Ames, Iowa. (Photo by Reese Strickland/Getty Images)

Sean Foster, a redshirt sophomore offensive lineman at Iowa State, was arrested on Saturday. He has since been released from jail.

The former four-star recruit was arrested for being a minor in a bar, among other offenses. Foster is 20.

The Ames Tribune has more details. From their report:

Iowa State redshirt sophomore offensive lineman Sean Foster was arrested Saturday on counts including “minors prohibited on certain premises,” according to online records.

Foster, 20, was taken to Story County Jail also carrying a count of “interference with official acts.” Both counts carried $300 bonds. As of Saturday evening, Foster was no longer listed on the online Story County Jail inmate roster.

Foster is a 6-foot-8, 304-pound offensive lineman. He played in 10 games last season, starting six contests at right tackle.

The offensive lineman is an Illinois native. He played in high school at Caramel Catholic.

Iowa State head coach Matt Campbell will reportedly not be making a comment on the arrest.

You can view the Tribune's full report here.