Oklahoma's Isaiah Cousins arrested
NORMAN, Okla. -- Oklahoma point guard Isaiah Cousins was arrested Saturday morning on a complaint of public intoxication and interference, according to the Cleveland County Sheriff's Office.
Cousins was booked about 2:30 a.m. CT and released later in the morning.
"We're aware of the situation involving Isaiah Cousins last night," OU coach Lon Kruger said in a statement. "Isaiah feels badly about the incident, will learn from it and move on. The matter will be handled internally."
As a true freshman last season, Cousins started early on for the Sooners. But midway through the season, the Mount Vernon, N.Y., native lost his starting job to Sam Grooms and played sparingly down the stretch.
With Grooms graduated, Cousins is expected to vie to regain the starting point guard job.
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