The former Rebels' quarterback was reportedly arrested.
Former Ole Miss starting quarterback Bo Wallace was arrested late Saturday night, according to a report by the Clarion-Ledger.
Wallace, who's now an assistant coach at East Mississippi Community College, was reportedly arrested on a DUI charge.
The arrest reportedly took place shortly after 11 p.m.
He reportedly fell asleep at the wheel and crashed.
The arrest took place at 11:06 p.m. in Clay County and was made by the West Point police department. Wallace was released at 1:16 a.m. Sunday after he was bonded out. Bond was set at $813.50, according to the Clay County Sheriff's office.
The Clay County Sheriff's office said it wouldn't be able to provide additional information until Monday morning.
According to EMCC coach Buddy Stephens, Wallace took prescription medication during the day, fell asleep at the wheel while driving after working a youth camp, got into a wreck and was arrested after the accident.
Wallace was a three-year starter for the Rebels, throwing for 9,534 and 62 touchdowns in three seasons.