Muhammad suspended for 2014 season

The University of Miami has suspended sophomore defensive end Quan Muhammad for the entire 2014 season, according to the Associated Press.

Muhammad did not play in Miami's first two games this season because of an off-the-field incident that took place earlier this year.

Today, the school confirmed to the AP that Muhammad has been suspended from the school for the entire fall semester. He is not permitted to attend classes or play on the football team.

At 6-foot-4 and 245 pounds, Muhammad came to Miami as a four-star recruit from Don Bosco Prep in New Jersey as part of the 2013 recruiting class.

Muhammad immediately found his way into the rotation at defensive end. He, along with Tyriq McCord, served as third down pass rush specialists in 2013. He finished the season with eight tackles and two sacks.

The talented sophomore will be eligible to re-join the team in the spring and would return as a redshirt sophomore.


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