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Oregon State basketball players Devon Collier and Eric Moreland have been suspended indefinitely for violating team rules.
Coach Craig Robinson declined to say which rules were violated when announcing the suspensions this week. Collier and Moreland, who both play forward, can participate in workouts with the team while attending summer classes.
Collier, entering his senior year, averaged almost 13 points per game last season. Moreland, a junior, averaged nine points and more than 10 rebounds.
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Oregon State basketball has indefinitely suspended forwards Devon Collier and Eric Moreland. This is a major blow to the team, since both players combined to average 23 points per game. There is no word on the exact reason why, only that they both violated team rules.
As far as the stipulations of the punishment, CBS Sports reports that Coach Craig Robinson said:
OREGON STATE men's basketball coach Craig Robinson has announced indefinite suspensions of Devon Collier and Eric Moreland from competition for violating team rules, several media outlets reported. And the word "competition" is key here.
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