Safe to say this is strike two for one of the league's most promising players. For Baylor, it could put a damper on their early season plans, too.
Gordon didn't miss any game time last year for the arrest, and was on the field a week later. This time around, it's hard to imagine him suiting up for the season opener against TCU, a Top 25 team that beat the Bears 45-10 last year.
Gordon is a huge piece, literally and figuratively, for the Bears offense, and if he's not on the field, Baylor's upset chances take a huge hit.
Though, considering Gordon's history, Briles' reputation could take a hit if Gordon is on the field. Not a fun situation to be in for either party.
Baylor has one of the league's best and deepest receiving corps, but Gordon is the second target behind Kendall Wright and caught 42 passes for 714 yards and seven touchdowns. He led the Big 12 in yards per reception last year, with an astounding 17 yards per catch as the deep threat that helps make room for Wright to operate in space against defenses.
We'll see if he gets a chance to build on his numbers from last year in the Bears' season opener on Sept. 2, a Friday night game against the Horned Frogs on ESPN.