The Oklahoma football program has suspended defensive back Will Sunderland indefinitely. Oklahoma announced the news late Monday night.
Sunderland, who was a potential starter for the Sooners this season, is being accused of selling stolen property.
According to The Oklahoman, Sunderland sold two gaming systems that were stolen from a residence hall on campus. While Sunderland is not accused of stealing the consoles himself, he did allegedly know the property was stolen before selling them off.
Sunderland was hit with a charge of concealing stolen property on June 13 before being suspended by head coach Lincoln Riley.
From the report:
Sunderland sold an XBOX One, controllers and games along with a Playstation 4, controllers and games to CDR Electronics in Oklahoma City for $499.50, according to the affidavit. The property was stolen from the OU residence hall, which houses student athletes, on March 15 and was sold by Sunderland later that day, according to the affidavit. Sunderland is not charged with stealing the gaming systems.
Last season, the junior defensive back played in eight games and recorded 15 tackles and an interception.