The University of Miami announced that sophomore defensive end Al-Quadin Muhammad has been suspended for the season.
Muhammad is currently not enrolled for the fall semester but may return in the spring if he chooses to do so.
Reports are Muhammad has been suspended for his involvement in an altercation that left his roommate with a broken nose. The sophomore stated he acted in self-defense.
Sources told the Miami Herald that the coaching staff is not happy with what has transpired and that vice president of student affairs, Patricia Whitely made the final call.
He did not appear in the Hurricanes’ first two games, which means Muhammad still has three years of eligibility remaining.
Muhammad appeared in 13 games last season and finished with eight tackles and two sacks.
*Section Photo credit to ; Featured Photo (above) credit to Melina Vastola, USA Today Sports