White, Wilson Suspended From MSU Football

EAST LANSING - Michigan State football coach Mark Dantonio announced this morning that wide receiver Myles White and defensive lineman Oren Wilson have been suspended from the Spartans football team effective immediately.

EAST LANSING - Michigan State football coach Mark Dantonio announced this morning that wide receiver Myles White and defensive lineman Oren Wilson have been suspended from the Spartans football team effective immediately. In a statement released today Dantonio stated, "Oren Wilson and Myles White have been suspended indefinitely from all football-related activities. As with the previously suspended players, their status with the team will be re-evaluated on a case-by-case basis as their legal issues are resolved."

Warrants were issued for both players today in East Lansing 54-B court and both players are expected to surrender to authorities.

White was earlier charged with public urination, but was charged with two counts of assault, Wilson was charged with three counts.

The suspension leaves the football future of both players in doubt. Earlier running back Ashton Leggett, who was also charged in the Rather Hall incident, elected to transfer from the university. Two other players, Detroit area running back Glenn Winston and defensive back Roderick Jenrette were dismissed permanently from the program.

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