Auburn QB Sean White dismissed following weekend arrest

Rosalie Stanley
September 19, 2017

White was arrested around 2:45 am on Sunday morning according to the arrest report.

In 2015, White started five games in the middle of the season before getting injured. "He has made poor decisions that are not in the best interest of our program, and more importantly, himself".

"Sean White is no longer a part of our football program at Auburn", Malzahn said, reported.

The 15th-ranked Tigers' backup quarterback was arrested early Sunday morning on a charge of public intoxication. After his recovery, White fell behind now starting quarterback Jarret Stidham in fall camp.

On September 2, just before Auburn's season opener against Georgia Southern, White along with two teammates had been suspended for undisclosed reasons for the first two games this season.

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White had been Auburn's backup quarterback after losing the competition with Jarrett Stidham during fall camp.

White has not released any public statement regarding his dismissal. He now joins John Franklin III, Woody Barrett and Tyler Queen as scholarship quarterbacks to leave the team since the start of spring practices.

Adams is the only one of those two players who has appeared in a game at the Division I level.

This is not White's first time getting in trouble. He played in 18 total games between his freshman and sophomore campaigns, completing 261 of his 351 attempts (61.5 percent).

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