Pierre Goode is the latest Alabama football player with off-the-field problems.
Goode, a 6-foot, 178-pound junior receiver from Town Creek, was arrested Saturday night for driving under the influence of alcohol, Lawrence County Sheriff A.C. Cook said Sunday night.Goode was arrested at 9 p.m. Saturday night by a North Courtland police officer. He was originally pulled over for speeding, Cook said, but the officer took Goode to the county jail in Moulton after smelling alcohol.
Cook said Goode registered 0.11 percent on an alcohol breath test. A reading of 0.10 percent is considered legally intoxicated in Alabama.
On Aug. 3, Goode's brother, Clyde, and safety Mike Smith were charged with being minors in possession of alcoholic beverages. Clyde Goode is a walk-on at Alabama.
During the off-season, running back Bobby Humphrey and linebacker Vantreise Davis were injured in an altercation at a Tuscaloosa nightclub, and former Alabama offensive lineman Joe King was shot in Birmingham.