A freshman backup quarterback at Texas was arrested Saturday in Austin for public intoxication and carrying a fake driver's license.Connor Brewer, 19, was taken into custody in the early morning hours by university police, said Travis County Sheriff's Department spokesman Roger Wade. Court documents indicate Brewer was booked into the county jail, appeared before a justice of the peace court and released about 11 hours later, Wade said.The charges are misdemeanors, university spokeswoman Rhonda Weldon said. If convicted, Brewer could be fined up to $500 on each charge.Brewer, from Scottsdale, Ariz., has been expected to contend for playing time next season. He did not play in 2012.In his player profile on the Texas team website, Brewer said he hopes to become a lawyer after his playing days.The arrest came hours after Texas offensive coordinator Major Applewhite acknowledged Friday night he was disciplined by the university for an inappropriate relationship with a student during the team's trip to play in the Fiesta Bowl after the 2008 season.Applewhite is a former Texas quarterback.A&M arrestTexas A&M defensive lineman Kirby Ennis was suspended from the team after being arrested on a gun charge.According to Brazos County jail records, Ennis was arrested on Friday night by the College Station police department and charged with disorderly conduct, discharge or display of a firearm.He was released on a $2,000 bond early Saturday morning. There were no further details available on his arrest.Ennis appeared in 13 games with 11 starts as a junior last season. He had 24 tackles, including two tackles for loss and a sack.TCU roundup Women's tennis: TCU won two of three doubles matches, but fell to No. 9 Alabama 4-1.The teams of Millie Nichols/Olivia Smith and Gabi Barbosa and Simona Parajova won their doubles matches.TCU fell to 3-1. Men's tennis: TCU fell to No. 16 Texas A&M 6-1, dropping its record to 4-2. Rifle: Sarah Scherer set an NCAA record in smallbore with a 597 and tied an NCAA record for aggregate score with 1,195, helping TCU win at UTEP.The Frogs boasted the top four shooters in smallbore. They also had five of the six top shooters in air rifle.