Former Auburn QB Nick Marshall was arrested in Georgia on Thursday, police records show, according to WRBL. The former Tigers’ QB and a female passenger are now facing felony gun charges after authorities found an “automatic handgun that had been modified.”

Marshall is from Wilcox County in Georgia and started his college career with the Georgia Bulldogs. However, the QB never played for the Bulldogs after being removed from the team for an unspecified violation of team rules.

Marshall then played junior college ball before transferring to Auburn and winning the starting job. In 2013, Marshall threw for 1,976 yards and ran for 1,068 more. The QB accounted for 26 touchdowns and led the Tigers to the BCS National Championship Game. Ultimately, the Tigers fell to the Florida State Seminoles in the game.

Marshall led the team to an 8-4 record in 2014 and declared for the 2015 NFL Draft. Marshall went undrafted and signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars as a cornerback. The former Tiger spent time with the New York Jets as well as the Arizona Rattlers of the Indoor Football League before heading to Canada to play in the Canadian Football League. While with the Jets, Marshall was suspended for 4 games due to testing positive for performance-enhancing drugs.