Indiana Hoosiers forward Devin Davis was cited for marijuana possession by Indiana University police. Zach Osterman of the Indianapolis Star reported the story.
Today, Davis was suspended from all team activities, per a statement from the university.
IUPD stated that they responded to a call Monday night about marijuana odor in one of the dorms, and detected it upon arrival via an open window. Davis and another individual were found in said apartment, and a bag of pot was found in a bag that was later confirmed to be Davis’s. He was merely issued a citation and was not placed under arrest.
After averaging just 8.8 minutes per game as a freshman, Davis missed the entire 2014-15 campaign due to injuries sustained in a car accident. He returned to school for the spring semester and though he did not play was on the team bench during games and in the huddle.
In the three-star forward’s absence, the Hoosiers went 20-14 (9-9 Big Ten) and ranked 18th in the nation in scoring. The team met the Wichita State Shockers in the NCAA Tournament Round of 64, where they lost.
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