Marcus Ramon Caddell, a former Douglass football player, was the driver of the vehicle and was also arrested. Caddell played at Douglass until the 2012-13 school year and at one time signed to play at East Central, although he is not listed on the team’s roster.
Caddell was a member of The Oklahoman’s 2010 All-State team.
Previously this season, Clark was suspended and sent home from Florida for what was termed a violation of team rules, as OSU prepared to play in the Old Spice Classic. He missed all three tournament games in Florida, before returning to play 12 minutes against South Carolina on Dec. 6.
Clark is averaging 7.0 points and 3.7 assists off the bench. He was coming off a career-best, nine-assist performance in the Cowboys 92-66 win over Robert Morris on Monday.
In light of Cobbins’ injury, Ford suggested that his team would likely use a variety of approaches, including smaller lineups that utilize Marcus Smart off the ball, which would put Clark in play for more minutes.
“Stevie Clark, Phil Forte ... Le’Bryan Nash may have to play some five, and Marcus Smart may have to play some four,” Ford said. “It’s going to require everybody collectively.”
The Cowboys, 12-1 and already short-handed, are due to open Big 12 play at KansasState on Saturday.