Maryland assistant Kevin Sumlin arrested on DUI charge over bye weekend

Maryland tight ends coach Kevin Sumlin was charged and arrested with driving under the influence on Saturday morning, according to a Hillsborough County police report.

Sumlin was arrested shortly after midnight on Saturday and booked at 2:11 AM. Sumlin refused a breathalyzer test, according to the report, and pleaded not guilty. Sumlin was released on bond on Saturday.

The incident took place on Saturday morning as Maryland football was on a bye weekend. A team spokesman has not yet responded in regards to the arrest.

Kevin Sumlin joined the program as co-offensive coordinator and tight ends coach back in February.

Maryland returns to action against Northwestern this weekend for a noon kickoff.