Oklahoma took its discipline of football player Parrish Cobb a step further on Wednesday.
After being suspended from all football relatives activity last week, the Sooners announced that he will not be allowed to continue as a student until the details of the charges against him are made clear.
Cobb faces charges in connection for three first-degree felony robberies.
University president David Boren said, “He’s suspended from the university and the team until the facts of the investigation (are known).”
The decision was made by Boren, along with athletic director Joe Castiglione, Title IX coordinator Bobby Mason and Senior Associate Vice President for Public Affairs Rowdy Gilbert, who all met on Tuesday at their Tulsa office.
Cobb, a freshman who played in four games and registered seven tackles during the season, was released on $90,000 bond following his arrest.
Cobb was originally committed to Baylor before having his scholarship withdrawn following the Art Briles ousting.