Damontre Harris arrested after missing court

After dropping a heartbreaking three-point loss at Missouri last night, the Gators returned home to a piece of bad news.

Junior forward Damontre Harris, a transfer from South Carolina, was arrested early Wednesday morning on a failure to appear in court charge.

Harris received the charge after being cited for driving without a license earlier this year.

The 6-foot-10 Fayetville, N.C.-native suffered a torn labrum in October and has been recovering from the injury since.

Harris was released from the Alachua County Jail after posting bond on Wednesday.

The relatively minor charge should not be too big of a distraction for the Gators, who host Arkansas on Saturday.

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A once-upon-a-time standout on the high school gridiron, Alex unfortunately learned of the inexistent market for 5-foot 10 offensive linemen, and concentrated on remaining involved with sports in some capacity. Upon finishing at the University of Florida, Alex realized his passion for writing and sought a way to combine that passion with his love of sports, thus bringing him to GC. In his spare moments, Alex enjoys spending quality time with his DVR, and is on a current quest to break 120 on the golf course.