It hasn’t been the best of days for SEC defensive backs.
Earlier we noted a Georgia cornerback who is facing charges stemming from a domestic incident. Now comes word that another SEC East school is dealing with an issue involving a member of its secondary.
In a press release, South Carolina announced that freshman safety Brison Williams has been suspended indefinitely from the football team. The reason given in a statement by head coach Steve Spurrier was “conduct detrimental to the South Carolina football team.”
Suffice to say, no specifics of what detrimental conduct Williams engaged in were released by the school.
In 2011, Williams played eight games for the Gamecocks.