KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Tennessee tight end Victor McClure was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after police officers said he pushed an instructor, grabbed a student and tried to run away. McClure, a 6-foot-4, 310-pound senior from Hixson who started in seven of 13 games last season, was arrested Thursday afternoon by UT police after a disturbance at the student recreation building. He was released from the Knox County jail by posting $1,000 bond, according to court records. Officers said John Hodges, an associate professor of religious studies, told them McClure had shoved him and said, "Hey Pop, want to find Jesus," according to the police report. Officers found McClure yelling at someone, and then McClure told the officers they needed to respect him and then walked away when they asked him to step outside to talk, the report stated. McClure ran around the building's lobby and "began to take his shorts off and throw them in the air. Then he tried to remove his underwear," the officers said in the report. While the officers escorted McClure away, he grabbed UT student Courtney Keck by the arm and tried to pull her down the stairs. He confronted another student, Kristina Bennett, and "kept asking her if she loved and respected him," according to the report. The officers handcuffed McClure and took him to the jail, where he got away from two more officers and "ran full speed into a door," the report said. Athletic department officials were investigating the incident and had no immediate announcement about McClure's status on the team, spokeswoman Tiffany Carpenter said. Coach Phillip Fulmer did not immediately return a call seeking comment. An arraignment was scheduled for July 21.