Re: SEC Football Discussion Thread
Originally Posted by dabvu2498
Da'Rick Rogers suspended indefinitely.
While much less significant news, Auburn just suspended senior wide receiver DeAngelo Benton. He potentially was going to be in their wide reciever mix though he certainly wouldn't be considered to have the type of impact of a player like Rogers.
Here's Auburn's drug policy
for anyone who cares:
Auburn's policy, which the school provided to The News, is less forgiving. It hits student-athletes with longer suspensions more quickly, depending on the banned substance involved.
Test positive the first time for traditional or synthetic marijuana, and there's counseling but no loss of playing time. Test positive the first time for another banned substance, and you're suspended for 50 percent of your season.
If your first and second positive tests are for either kind of marijuana, the second positive test triggers a suspension for 50 percent of your season. A third positive test in that category, and you lose your privilege to play at Auburn permanently.
You don't get a third strike if either of your first two positive tests are for a banned substance other than marijuana. In that case, strike two and you're out. Permanently.
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