Jennings Suspended for Sunday's Game

Jennings Suspended for Sunday's Game


Jennings Suspended for Sunday's Game


By Staff Report.

HONOLULU – Clemson junior Milton Jennings has been suspended from Sunday’s fifth place game at the Diamond Head Classic against Hawaii because of
conduct detrimental to the team.  Head Coach Brad Brownell made the announcement before the game Sunday.

“We’ve suspended Milton for one game,” Brownell said.  “We’re disappointed with his actions during a timeout against Southern Illinois on Friday.  I
was proud of how he came out after he cooled off, cheered on his teammates, and apologized to the team after the game.  But, we certainly
don’t condone that type of behavior.”



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