University of Colorado football team received some unpleasant news over the weekend regarding two-way player George Frazier.

Frazier, 20, was arrested on suspicion of DUI after a police officer found him asleep behind the wheel of his car at an intersection in Boulder. Frazier, was also arrested for underage possession of alcohol and a traffic violation.

When the officer approached Frazier, the Buff acknowledged that he had one small alcoholic beverage, but the officer said Frazier was slurring his speech and had a blood-alcohol level of .111.

Frazier was booked into Boulder County Jail before being released on bond.

Despite a dismal season for the Buffaloes, Frazier was a bright spot as the redshirt freshman saw playing time on both sides of the ball as a fullback and a defensive end. He contributed four touchdowns on offense and had 15 tackles on defense.

CU Buffs head coach Mike MacIntyre released a statement on Frazier’s arrest Monday.

“We certainly don’t condone George’s actions, of which he is taking full responsibility for, nor do we approve of minors in possession. We have strict team policies against this kind of behavior and his discipline will be handled internally.”

Mitchell Byars of the Daily Camera broke the story, below is Frazier’s mugshot:

For the upcoming year, entering his redshirt sophomore season, Frazier will need to work on his decision making on and off the field.

Sammy Mugharbil, a Mile High Sports intern and MSU-Denver student, contributed to this report