Jamelle Holieway, the starting quarterback on Oklahoma’s 1985 national championship team, was jailed Friday because of outstanding traffic warrants.


 

Jamelle Holieway, the starting quarterback on Oklahoma’s 1985 national championship team, was jailed Friday because of outstanding traffic warrants.
Holieway had been scheduled for a nonjury trial on a misdemeanor charge of marijuana possession but was taken into custody after the trial was delayed.
Court records show that bench warrants were issued for Holieway, 41, in April on a McIntosh County speeding ticket dating back to September 2006 and Haskell County tickets for speeding and driving with a suspended license from March.
Holieway had been bonded out of jail Friday evening.