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College football: Eighth Gator suspended for opener against Michigan – Los Angeles Times

An eighth Florida player has been suspended for Saturday’s opener against Michigan. Coach Jim McElwain said that receiver James Robinson, who was cited for marijuana possession last week, won’t play against the Wolverines.

McElwain said “of course not” when asked whether Robinson would be available. Robinson and linebacker Ventrell Miller, both freshmen, were cited for possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana Aug. 21. Miller is one of seven players under indefinite suspension for misusing university funds.

Davis day to day after gunshot wound

Alabama defensive lineman Raekwon Davis, shot in the right leg outside a Tuscaloosa bar early Sunday, was released from the hospital, coach Nick Saban said. Saban said that the 6-foot-7, 306-pound sophomore was getting treatment and was “day to day” for the top-ranked Crimson Tide’s opener Saturday night against No. 3 Florida State.

Blough questionable

Purdue is unsure about the availability of quarterback David Blough for Saturday’s opener against No. 16 Louisville. Last year’s Big Ten passing leader resumed practicing Sunday after being sidelined for two weeks because of a sprained right shoulder.

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