Florida's Dunlap suspended for SEC title game following DUI charge
Gainesville police spokesman
According to Kameg, the arresting officer reported Dunlap smelled of alcohol and performed poorly on a field sobriety test. He refused to submit to a breath test. Dunlap was arrested and spent several hours in the Alachua County jail.
After Florida's practice Tuesday, Meyer said. Dunlap would not play against the Crimson Tide. "Carlos obviously made a very poor decision," Meyer told reporters. "He's not going to play." Meyer said he has not decided whether Dunlap will be allowed to play in a bowl game. Meyer said junior
Losing Dunlap would be a serious blow to Florida's defense going into a game against the second-ranked Crimson Tide. Dunlap, who was named the most outstanding player in last year's BCS title game, is tied with
"The good thing," Meyer said, "is we have a little bit of depth."