Muse and a handful of other players were instructed by the student judiciary board to complete 20 hours of community service for their involvement surrounding an incident that resulted in former defensive tackle Cory Groover was shot in the leg on May 1, 2005 in the parking lot of a Waffle House.
The players weren't charged with any crime, but the board felt they should do some community service for getting themselves in that situation, nonetheless.
One year later, Muse is the only player that hasn't completed his required 20 hours.
As a result, he is expected to be suspended by early next week.
Suspension Looming for Tight End
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