Coach Bill Self said Monday that Traylor would travel with the No. 10 Jayhawks but would not play against the Hoyas. He said that Traylor is ''a good kid who made a bad choice'' and that Self hopes the situation has been put behind him.
Traylor was arrested shortly after 2 a.m. Sunday near campus, the Douglas County Sherriff's Office said. He posted $100 bond and was released. He is due in court Dec. 23.
Rodriguez Coleman, a backup wide receiver, also was arrested early Sunday, posted $100 bond and was released. New coach David Beaty said he was handling the matter internally.