McDaniel Placed on Deferred Suspension for 2008 Season


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Clemson, SC—Clemson reserve linebacker DeAndre McDaniel has been placed on “deferred suspension” for the 2008 season. He will be allowed to compete for the Tigers as long as he meets the requirements of his pre-trial intervention program.

McDaniel was charged with a misdemeanor in June for his involvement in an altercation with his girl friend at the time. After a review of the case, Solicitor Bob Arial decided to place McDaniel in the PTI Program. Enrollment in the program is not an admission of guilt, and record of the arrest would be expunged upon completion of the program.

Clemson head coach Tommy Bowden has recommended that McDaniel be placed on deferred suspension, which means he will be able to participate in Clemson games, but will be suspended if he fails to meet the requirements of the program at any time until McDaniel completes the requirements.

“I looked at this case very thoroughly,” said Bowden. “It has been an on-going process since it first took place, and I take the charges very seriously.

“After reviewing the decisions that were made by the Solicitor and Clemson’s administration, reading statements by witnesses, including a female witness, and taking into account the fact that DeAndre had no previous disciplinary problems, I decided to make this recommendation to Athletic Director Terry Don Phillips.”
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“Coach Bowden and I reviewed all the facts we have available from the organizations investigating the case,” said Phillips.
“Coach Bowden has done an outstanding job when it comes to discipline of his student-athletes. We have had hiccups like all programs, but by and large he has an outstanding track record in this area. Accordingly, I support Coach Bowden’s recommendation.”

McDaniel, a sophomore from Tallahassee, FL, made the following statement. “I accept the solicitor’s decision to enter the PTI program. I have met with Coach Bowden and understand what a deferred suspension means. I will do whatever it takes to complete the program.”

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McDaniel Placed on Deferred Suspension for 2008 Season
B-Meist®
“deferred suspension” is that the same thing as Duke out?***
Bionic Cock
What's "Duke out" mean?***
diePranke
Most call it a "time out" but in this case it usually means
Bionic Cock
Cock Out, Duke Out, there is no difference other than the
BigTimeTiger
Did you read the article?
diePranke
Baawaaaa***
Bionic Cock
Re: Most call it a "time out" but in this case it usually means
deleted
Get yourself some gatorade...or ask Mike Davis to.***
TigerTown
Who left the gate to the chicken coup open?
MackDaddy®
Ask Mike Davis - According to Erin Andrews last night...
bertrous
Re: Ask Mike Davis - According to Erin Andrews last night...
deleted
Good move and teh right decision. From everything I have
CUwRx®
Re: Good move and teh right decision. From everything I have
AtlantaCock
Has Spurrier decided what game M. Davis will sit out?
Tigerstyle
Why fess up? If they catch you it doesn't mean anything
Neal in NC®
One step below "double secret probation"***
CD_Vegas_Tiger
I guess. It seems like he's trying to placate people by
josephg®
Why invent some new term like "deferred suspension" that
josephg®
Probaby a Barker term***
chixcatcher®
LOL- "Double Secret Probation"
garnet and black
Someone explain that football isn't worth losing over a girl***
jagreen78
Bullet dodged. I wonder what really happened.
Razzmatazz
Suspended Bust
jonpuck1004
Re: McDaniel Placed on Deferred Suspension for 2008 Season
deleted
Feathers are a flyin' this mornin'***
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