Will Yoder
Wednesday February 22nd, 2012

Oregon State cornerback, Malcolm Marable, has been suspended indefinitely from the football team after being cited for driving 104 mph over the weekend, according to the Corvallis Gazette Times.

In addition to Marable’s citation for reckless driving, he was also warned for failure to have proof of insurance and registration of the car. Marable will be forced to pay a fine of $1,150, which is in conjunction with Oregon State law.

This incident comes after two other Oregon State football players, Sean Martin and Mishawn Cummings, were also suspended for driving under the influence and an undisclosed incident. Marable played in all 12 of Oregon State’s games last season, totaling two tackles on defense and 322 yards on 13 kick returns.

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