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Doba Suspends Derting

October 08, 2003|From Times Wire Services

Linebacker Will Derting, Washington State's leading tackler, was suspended Tuesday after he was cited for driving under the influence following the Cougars' 30-7 victory Saturday over Arizona, Coach Bill Doba said.

Doba said Derting will remain on suspension until an investigation of the incident is completed. He said he didn't know how long the suspension would last.

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Former Nebraska defensive end Chad Kelsay is facing charges of trespassing and disturbing the peace after he allegedly ate food off other people's trays last weekend at a restaurant in Lincoln, Neb. According to Capt. David Beggs, Kelsay was "extremely intoxicated." Witnesses said after Kelsay ate food off of other people's trays, he pulled up a chair in front of the salsa bar and began eating directly from the bar.

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Former Notre Dame players Lorenzo Crawford and Justin Smith, who were accused of rape, had charges dropped against them in South Bend, Ind.... Nick Turner, the leading rusher for Mississippi State, suffered a slight concussion during practice and his status for Saturday's game against Memphis is in doubt.... West Virginia receiver Travis Garvin might not play in Saturday's game against Rutgers after a brother was fatally shot in a Florida grocery store parking lot in Bradenton, Fla.... Troy State linebacker Cedric Brooks has been released from a Edge Regional Hospital in Troy, Ala., after treatment for superficial injuries from a gunshot wound during an off-campus incident after the Trojans' game Saturday against Nebraska.

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