Florida State strength and conditioning coach Vic Viloria was drinking with members of Showtime's film crew the night of Aug. 27, when he was arrested and charged with driving under the influence.Viloria, 37, was given a bottle of whiskey from members of the crew to celebrate the end of preseason camp and was drinking with his assistant and "two or three" members of the crew, according to a document outlining his suspension.Viloria was suspended without pay for 30 days by the school, beginning today. He can return to work Oct. 2 after the first five games.A Showtime representative said the crew members are not company employees but members of an outside production crew hired to film the show.Viloria was drinking in his oncampus office before stating in the report it was not appropriate because other FSU employees or students "could possibly see us." They moved to Showtime's trailer to continue drinking, according to the report.Viloria stated he intended to stay in his office overnight instead of driving home.He was found asleep in the driver's seat of his truck while the vehicle was still in drive and was cited for property damage."I realize that this was inappropriate, and my decision to drive was a bad decision," Viloria said in the report.In a statement released by Tallahassee attorney John Leace, Viloria expressed embarrassment.Viloria has been an integral part of FSU's success since joining the program when Jimbo Fisher became coach in 2010. He recently signed a contract extension through January 2019.He is often credited with the Seminoles' use of GPS technology to measure players' energy levels and physical exertion during workouts.During games, Viloria is known for often wearing a long-sleeved black shirt, long khaki pants and dark sunglasses while jumping on the sideline, waving a towel to pump up the Seminoles.The Showtime series A Sea son With Florida State Football debuts at 10 p.m. Tuesday. No. 19 L' ville 70, Charlotte 14: Lamar Jackson accounted for a school-record eight touchdowns and 405 offensive yards by halftime to for the host Cardinals. Jackson broke Chris Redman's 1998 record for combined rushing and passing touchdowns and tied Redman's mark for passing TDs. He didn't take a snap in the second half. He completed 17 of 23 for 286 yards and rushed 11 times for 119 yards. Louisville gained 663 yards overall. UConn 24, Maine 21: Bobby Puyol hit a 37-yard field goal with 11 seconds left and the host Huskies avoided the upset. Cincinnati 28, UT Martin 7: Hayden Moore passed for 260 yards and two touchdowns and Mike Boone ran for a score for the host Bearcats. Wake Forest 7, Tulane 3: Kendall Hinton ran for a short early touchdown and the host Deacons held off a team playing its first game under Willie Fritz, who brought a run-heavy offense from Georgia Southern. BIG 12 UPDATE: Boise State said it was eliminated from consideration for conference expansion. At least 12 schools, including USF and UCF, remain in the running, according to reports. GEORGIA: Fifth-year senior Greyson Lambert was named starting quarterback for the opener, beating out touted freshman Jacob Eason. The competition is expected to continue during the series. Lambert started 12 of 13 games last season, getting demoted in favor of third-stringer Faton Bauta in a 27-3 loss to Florida, then reclaiming the job.