Iowa Football Player Charged with DUI in Iowa City

The starting offensive tackle for the Iowa Hawkeyes football team was arrested for driving under the influence in Iowa City. Kyle Calloway was stopped by officers after riding a moped into a barricaded area. He admitted to having consumed seven or eight beers. Calloway submitted to field sobriety tests and a breath test, which registered a blood alcohol content of .106%. The legal limit for intoxication for adults in Iowa is .08%.

Calloway will be a senior next season and was listed as the starting right tackle during spring practice sessions. He has been suspended for one game by coach Kirk Ferentz. The school has also required Calloway to complete alcohol counseling classes and perform community service before rejoining the football team.

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