STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) _ Oklahoma State says it is in a
fact-finding mode following the arrest of linebacker Alex Odiari
Stillwater police responded to a report of a possible emergency
protection order violation at Willie's Bar at 12:36 a.m. yesterday
and found Odiari's ex-girlfriend, who claimed Odiari had violated
an emergency protection order by making contact with her inside the
Police arrested Odiari on charges alleging he was in the bar
while underage and had a fake ID, and that he violated an emergency
An Oklahoma State spokesman says coach Mike Gundy will decide on
a course of action when he has more information.
Odiari played in 11 of Oklahoma State's games last year and
started four times. He had 14 tackles and one and a half sacks last
season as a sophomore.
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