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 FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (AP) - Arkansas coach John L. Smith says senior linebacker Terrell Williams, who was arrested hours after a win against Tulsa over the weekend, is suspended for this week's game at South Carolina.
Smith says he is very upset with Williams, who is accused of driving while intoxicated. Smith says right now he doesn't ``even want to talk to him.''
According a preliminary Fayetteville police report, Williams' vehicle crossed the center line before he was pulled over early Sunday morning. Williams refused a blood-alcohol test after failing a field sobriety test and was ``uncooperative'' and ``very argumentative'' after being transported to the Washington County Detention Center.
Williams is the fourth Arkansas player arrested since Smith's hiring in April.

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