FSU coach Victor Viloria was arrested and charged by police over the weekend.
Florida State head strength and conditioning coach Victor Viloria was arrested early Saturday morning in Tallahassee.
Viloria was taken into custody for driving under the influence. He has been charged with a DUI, as well as property damage for driving into an electronic cross-walk sign, which occured after officers attempted to wake him in his vehicle.
Viloria had fallen asleep with his vehicle still in drive and foot on the brake.
Viloria registered a 0.124 and 0.125 blood alcohol content level after being booked.
Florida State’s Director of Football Communications, Zach Stipe, issued the following statement regarding Viloria’s arrest.
“We are aware of the reported incident and are in the process of gathering more information. The issue falls under the human resources policies for university employees, which restricts further comment at this time.”
Viloria informed police that he had been drinking while in his office working that evening.
His arrest comes just over a week before Florida State’s opening game of the 2016 season. The Seminoles will travel to face Ole Miss in Orlando, Florida on Monday, Sept. 4. FSU enters as the No. 3 team in Campus Insiders’ preseason rankings.