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Former Georgia LB Calls Out University Police Over Arrest Of Bulldogs' Cornerback

Georgia sophomore cornerback Juwuan Briscoe was arrested by university police Saturday night for two traffic-related charges. The Bulldogs' defensive back was charged with not having a license and not wearing his seatbelt. He made his $1K bail and was released. 

The arrest did not sit well with former Georgia linebacker Jake Ganus, who played with Briscoe last season. 

Ganus didn't think what happened was worthy of an arrest. He called out the university police on Twitter before deleting his tweet. 

Saturday Down South captured a screenshot of it. 

Jake Ganus calls out police after Juwuan Briscoe gets arrested.


The charges are pretty light, but it's still not a good look to call out a police force for doing its job. 

Georgia's football program has yet to comment on the arrest. Briscoe's arrest was the fifth by a Bulldogs' player since Kirby Smart was hired. 

UGA opens its 2016 season Sept. 3 against North Carolina at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.