Maryland co-offensive coordinator Kevin Sumlin was arrested and charged with driving under the influence in Tampa, Florida, over the weekend.

That news was first reported by The Diamondback’s Taylor Lyons on Monday night. The arrest occurred at approximately 1:00 a.m. on Saturday morning, per the report. Sumlin refused a breathalyzer test at the scene, per a Hillsborough County police report obtained by Lions.

This incident took place over the Terps’ bye week. Lyons’ report says that a Maryland football spokesperson did not immediately respond to a request for comment.


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Sumlin is in his first season as Maryland’s co-offensive coordinator. He’s worked at a variety of programs over the course of his coaching career, which included head-coaching stints at Houston, Texas A&M and Arizona.

Sumlin was last a head coach for the Wildcats from 2018-2020. He parted ways with the program after turning in a record of 9-20 over three seasons.

Sumlin previously had a longer stint as Texas A&M’s head coach. His time with the Aggies included an 11-win campaign in 2012. He was A&M’s head coach when Johnny Manziel won the Heisman Trophy — just the second Aggie to win the honor in program history.

Maryland is set to take on Northwestern on the road in Week 9.