After missing all of spring practice, Tevin Elliott has suddenly found his “vacation” from Baylor football extended indefinitely.
The Bears announced via the ever-popular press release that the defensive end Tevin Elliott is on the receiving end of an indefinite suspension. The reason behind the punitive measure is, of course, a violation of unspecified team rules.
Aside from the actual announcement, head coach Art Briles had no, and will have no, further comment on the situation.
Last season as a redshirt sophomore, Elliott played in 12 games, starting five of the last eight regular season contests. Elliott finished 2011 second on the team in sacks with three and tied for second in tackles for loss with eight.
He missed Baylor’s Alamo Bowl win due to a knee injury, and the subsequent surgery forced him out of the recently-completed spring sessions.