Mayfield receives his punishment

Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield pled guilty to misdemeanor charges of public intoxication, disorderly conduct and fleeing in Fayetteville, Arkansas, District Court.

As part of the agreement, Mayfield will pay a total of $480 in fines for the three charges, according to the court. Plus, Mayfield owes $483.20 in restitution. The resisting arrest charge against Mayfield was dropped.

Mayfield was arrested Feb. 25 in Fayetteville. Video footage showed police tackling Mayfield into a wall after he tried to run.

Oklahoma officials said Mayfield would be required to participate in a university alcohol-education course and complete 35 hours of community service before the fall semester as a result of the arrest but that he would not suspended from any games this season.

Also, OU safety Will Sunderland has been suspended indefinitely, according to OU coach Lincoln Riley.

According to published reports, court records show Sunderland was charged this month with a felony burglary – concealing stolen property in Oklahoma County.

A junior, Sunderland played in eight games each of his last two seasons at OU. In 2016, he had 15 tackles and he made an interception against Texas. He was projected as a potential starter.