Jennings still suspended, will be back for Arizona
Clemson head coach Brad Brownell said Friday that senior forward Milton JenningsMilton Jennings
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"He's suspended, probably until next week, and will probably play against Arizona," Brownell told the media. "He's not playing against South Carolina. I feel like Milt is a really good kid who's made a lot of progress of the course the two-and-a-half years that I've been the coach here. Obviously, he's made some mistakes and we've disciplined him accordingly for some of those."
Brownell said that Jennings, suffering through his third suspension under Brownell, has made immature mistakes.
"I think, some of the mistakes are more maturity issues, in terms of frustration and a little bit a lack of poise, really, with some of the other suspensions," he said. "To be honest with you, I think, at most programs, he probably wouldn't have been suspended for losing his temper. But we're trying to set a little bit of a higher standard with that here, and he was."
Brownell then said that Jennings was not a distraction for his younger teammates.
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