Posted July 19, 2013 on nebraska.scout.com
Junior college point guard transfer Deverell Biggs, an expected starter for Nebraska this season, will be suspended for the team's first two regular season games and the Huskers exhibition game for a violation of team rules during the 2012-13 season.
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