Indiana defensive tackle Darius Latham has been suspended indefinitely, according to a release from the football program sent out Tuesday night.
"Indiana University junior Darius Latham has been suspended immediately and indefinitely from competition with the football team pending the resolution of a proceeding with Indiana University Office of Student Ethics," the statement said. "There will be no further comment regarding this matter until that proceeding is concluded."
The suspension is Latham's second of the 2015 season. He was also suspended for Indiana's first game of the season for undisclosed reasons. Latham has 10 tackles and two sacks so far this season.
The Hoosiers face defending national champion and the No. 1 team in the nation Ohio State this Saturday at home at 3:30 p.m.