It's barely the offseason for the South Carolina Gamecocks and another football player has been suspended indefinitely.
Freshman safety Brison Williams has been suspended indefinitely from the USC football team.
Steve Spurrier had this to say regarding Williams: "Brison Williams has been suspended for conduct detrimental to the South Carolina football team."
Williams was expected to be a big boost to the secondary as a true freshman but an injury limited him in during the season initially but he eventually worked his way into regular playing time and finished the year with 11 tackles in eight games played, including a start against the Florida Gators.
It's unsure exactly what Williams did to cause this immediate suspension but, for now, he's not a member of the football team. It's a suspension that isn't expected to last long so don't be surprised to see Williams back on the team when spring practice starts in early March...
This article is original content by Adam Garrett of "Life of a Gamecock."
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