Sooners fullback Zaslaw arrested on misdemeanors

NORMAN, Okla. -- Oklahoma fullback Dane Zaslaw has been
arrested on two misdemeanor charges after an incident at a Norman

Zaslaw, 21, was arrested at 1:50 a.m. Friday and booked into the
Cleveland County jail on counts of public intoxication and
disturbing the peace, police Lt. Leonard Judy said.

Police arrested two other men outside the club and reported
witnessing Zaslaw in the doorway to the club "punching his fists
in the air as if challenging others to fight," Judy said.

Zaslaw, a sophomore, played in five games last year as the
backup to starter J.D. Runnels and is a candidate to replace
Runnels next season. He does not have a carry or a reception in his
college career.

No court date has been set for Zaslaw.