Texas Longhorns offensive linemen Desmond Harrison and Kennedy Estelle have been suspended for the Longhorns’ week two matchup against BYU for violating team rules.
There were conflicting reports on whether the two were dismissed from the team but the university cleared the air after announcing they were only suspended.
Head coach Charlie Strong has made it clear he will run a tight ship ever since arriving in Austin. He dismissed five players in the off-season and suspended three more for their season opening win over North Texas.
Harrison was one of the three players suspended for the opener and his window of opportunity to prove to Strong he can get his act together may be closing.
Estelle started his ninth game against North Texas. The absence of both Estelle and Harrison leaves the Longhorns offensive line with a combined five starts worth of experience heading into their game against BYU.
The Longhorns will also be without quarterback David Ash due to a concussion, and running back Daje Johson and safety Josh Turner remain indefinitely suspended.
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