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Purdue indefinitely suspends second-leading receiver

O.J. Ross AP

For the second time in a little over a year, O.J. Ross has felt the indefinite sting of Purdue’s suspension hammer.

In a very brief press release, Purdue announced that the wide receiver has been indefinitely suspended from the football program.  The stated reason is, of course, the ever-popular “violation of unspecified team rules.”

The two-sentence release concludes with the school stating it “will have no further comment on the matter.”

In early December of 2011 it was announced that Ross had been indefinitely suspended for violating team rules, ultimately missing the Boilermakers’ appearance in the Little Caesars Pizza Bowl appearance.  In late May, the receiver was reinstated.

Last season as a junior, Ross finished second on the team in receptions (56) and receiving yards (454).  He was a four-star member of Purdue’s 2010 recruiting class.

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