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Nebraska's tight end, Arik Gilbert, faces a second arrest in three weeks. 

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He was arrested in Lumpkin County, Ga., on charges of burglary and obstruction. 

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A previous arrest occurred on Aug. 29 in Nebraska for suspected burglary. 

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During that arrest, Gilbert was found with $1,600 worth of items from a local shop. 

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Gilbert, 21, began his college career at LSU in 2020. 

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He played for Georgia in the following year after taking a break due to personal issues. 

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Afterward, he transferred to Nebraska, waiting for NCAA eligibility this season. 

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Coach Matt Rhule acknowledged Gilbert's off-field challenges.

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Rhule mentioned efforts to support Gilbert through his difficulties. 

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Gilbert's college career stats include 11 games, 37 catches, 384 yards, and three touchdowns, mainly achieved during his time at LSU in 2020. 

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