OU lineman Stephen Good arrested

NORMAN, Okla. – Oklahoma senior guard Stephen Good was arrested over the weekend on a misdemeanor complaint of assault and battery.

Good, 21, was involved in an altercation inside Seven47, a nightclub on Norman's Campus Corner district, around 1 a.m. Sunday, more than six hours after OU's 41-25 victory over Texas A&M, according to Norman Police Department spokesman Tom Easley.

Good is alleged to have shoved a victim's head against a wall, leading to the complaint, Easley said. According to Easley, Good was arrested, but then allowed to sign the municipal complaint and leave the premises.

Good, who started against Ball State and Texas this season, has 11 career starts at OU. He suffered a concussion in practice the week leading up to Kansas, and has played sparingly since.

Jake Trotter covers University of Oklahoma football for SoonerNation. He can be reached at trotterjake@gmail.com.