STILLWATER — Stevie Clark is becoming known more for his off-the-court actions than his contributions to the Cowboys.
And once again, his status with the team, both short- and long-term, is in question.
The Oklahoma State freshman was arrested for a second time in the span of little more than a month early Sunday morning, this time in Stillwater on a complaint of “outraging public decency.”
The Stillwater Police Department said Clark was arrested at 12:46 a.m., after police had received a call reporting a man urinating out of a vehicle window. Clark was released from jail after bond was posted several hours later.
A police report will be made available Monday.
The arrest is the latest in a string of missteps for Clark, who is in his first season with the Cowboys.
The former Douglass High School star and two-time State Player of the Year by The Oklahoman was suspended and sent home from OSU’s trip to Florida for the Old Spice Classic in late November for what was termed a violation of team rules. He missed all three tournament games in Florida, before returning to play 12 minutes against South Carolina on Dec. 6.
Then on Jan. 1, Clark was arrested and booked into jail in Edmond for possession of marijuana during a traffic stop along Interstate 35.
Clark is averaging 5.3 points in 16 minutes per game as the Cowboys’ backup point guard. If he is suspended again, it would be a further blow to OSU’s depth, which has already taken a hit with the loss of starting forward Michael Cobbins for the season to injury.