Nebraska running back David Horne has been cited for multiple counts, including possession of marijuana.
Horne was cited Sunday by Lincoln police.
Police say officers saw the 20-year-old Horne drinking in a Lincoln bar just after midnight. The officers say when questioned, Horne lied about his age.
Police say Horne also had a fake ID, and officers found a small bag with more than eight grams of marijuana in his pocket.
Horne was cited on suspicion of being a minor in possession of alcohol, misrepresenting his age, giving false information to an officer and marijuana possession.
Nebraska football coach Bill Callahan said in a written statement that he has spoken to Horne about the player's arrest.
Said Callahan -- quote -- "David understands he could face internal disciplinary measures that may affect his status with the program."
Horne has been disciplined before. Callahan suspended Horne for the September fourth game against Western Illinois for undisclosed reasons.
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