Two Florida State freshman wide receivers were arrested Wednesday on suspicion of misdemeanor battery in a case involving a fight in the student union two weeks ago.
Bert Reed and Cameron Wade, both 20, turned themselves in at the Leon County Jail and were released after posting bond, university officials said. Both were at football practice later in the day.
They were suspended for Florida State's Nov. 15 game against Boston College, a 27-17 loss, along with three other players, also receivers, who allegedly participated in the Nov. 12 fight with members of a fraternity.
Coach Bobby Bowden said he expected no more suspensions for the 23rd-ranked Seminoles' regular season finale Saturday. Florida State plays host to No. 2 Florida.
"They're going to be available," Bowden said. "They've been disciplined."
North Carolina sticks with Yates
T.J. Yates is expected to start at quarterback for North Carolina this week at Duke.
Coach Butch Davis said after Wednesday's practice that Yates has worked out enough mechanical issues to keep his starting job.
Last week, he made his first start since breaking his ankle in September but threw for only 116 yards with an interception in a 41-10 loss to North Carolina State.
Yale's Siedlecki to retire as coach
Yale Coach Jack Siedlecki announced he is retiring after 12 years and two Ivy League championships, but he will be staying at the university to become assistant athletic director.
Siedlecki was 70-47 and 47-37 in the conference during his tenure in New Haven, which included sharing league championships with Brown in 1999 and Princeton in 2006.