Auburn WR Quan Bray suspended for Arkansas game

September 30, 2012 

AUBURN, Ala. -- Auburn head coach Gene Chizik suspended sophomore wide receiver Quan Bray for this Saturday's Arkansas game, the consequence for Bray's off-field actions Thursday night. Bray, 19, a Troup County product, was arrested by University of West Georgia police after being pulled over for loud music, and being found to have a limited driver's licens and possession of a closed bottle of alcohol. Chizik's statement Sunday night: “The reality is that Quan, for the last year and a half, has really had a lot of challenges. He’s been a great teammate, he’s been an honor roll student. I’m proud of the way in the last year and a half that he’s carried himself and the way he’s overcome a lot of adversity. Unfortunately, he made a bad decision this weekend, and what comes with that is consequences, so he won’t be playing in the game this week, and I’ll let you know when he’s going to be back out on the field. But it certainly won’t be against Arkansas.” This story will be updated.

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