With fall camps going on across the nation, it seems suspension season is in midseason form. Our latest suspension headline comes to us from Norman, Oklahoma where the Sooners have indefinitely suspended offensive tackle Kenyon Frison. The offense? A violation of team rules, of course.
It was reported Monday afternoon Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops says Frison will not participate in fall camp with the Sooners and that Frison has not been with the team for the last several weeks. That would appear to put a dent in some of the plans for Frison this fall, with expectations of him competing for a starting job now on ice.
Frison was a four-star offensive tackle recruit in Oklahoma’s Class of 2014, according to his Rivals profile. This is clearly a big loss for Oklahoma, which could have benefitted from a bit of offensive line depth with a questionable situation at quarterback and a Heisman Trophy candidate in running back Samaje Perine in the backfield.