Michael Larrow, three others no longer with Rutgers football

PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) -- Troubled defensive end Michael Larrow is among four players who are no longer with the Rutgers football team.

Citing disciplinary reasons, coach Kyle Flood dismissed Larrow from the team on May 6. But the move was not made public until Monday, one day after school officials say Larrow was arrested for allegedly punching his girlfriend.

Larrow had missed four games last year after being suspended following another arrest.

Flood also announced Monday that reserve offensive linemen Matt McBride and Jorge Vicioso and punter Anthony DiPaula are no longer with the team.

McBride, who graduated this month, had missed spring practice following shoulder surgery. He has not decided whether he wants to play a fifth year at another school.

Vicioso and DiPaula may transfer.

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