This has not exactly been a great week for the UConn Huskies. After dropping to 0-4 this season the school fired their head coach and now has suspended a player charged with driving under the influence.
Back-up center Tyler Bullock was charged Thursday morning for driving under the influence after failing a sobriety test. The school was quick to assess their punishment, in the form of an indefinite suspension.
The 23-year old fifth-year was a starter for the Huskies last year but has backed up Alex Matteas at center and filling in at guard at times this season. The Huskies are off this week and return to action next week when they host South Florida.