Travis Ford gives statement on suspension of guard Stevie Clark
Freshman guard Stevie Clark has been suspended by Oklahoma State.
Clark didn’t play in the Cowboys’ blowout win at South Florida on Monday night, and head coach Travis Ford confirmed to The Oklahoman that Clark was suspended from the team.
Ford also gave a statement Tuesday night, according to Kelly Hines of the Tulsa World.
Travis Ford: "Stevie Clark is not currently with the Cowboys due to personal matters. He continues to be a valued member ...— Kelly Hines (@KellyHinesTW) November 27, 2013
... of the Cowboy Basketball family. The timetable for his return will be evaluated in the near future.”— Kelly Hines (@KellyHinesTW) November 27, 2013
According to The Oklahoman, though, there was some speculation that Clark had been kicked off the team – but Clark’s mother denied the rumors to the paper.
Clark, a 5-foot-11 freshman from Oklahoma City, averaged 9.8 points and 5.0 assists through his first four games.
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