Oklahoma suspended three players Wednesday, including one of their defensive leaders.
SoonerScoop.com has confirmed the suspension of defensive end Ronnie Perkins, the backup running back from Rhamondre Stevenson and receiver Trejan Bridges. All three players will miss the semifinals of the college football match against No. 1 LSU in the Chick-fil-A Peach Cup on December 28th.
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Perkins is the biggest loss. He leads the Sooners with six sacks and is second in the team with 13.5 yards for loss. This will make it much more difficult to slow down the offense of LSU, which is led by Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow.
Stevenson finished third in the team with 516 shifts behind coach Jalen Hurts and running back Kennedy Brooks. Stevenson took on a more prominent role this season when Trey Prokoma was injured. T.J. The debtor, who has carried eight yards for 62 yards this season, is moving up the depth chart.
The Bridges have seven catches for 82 yards and two TDs this season.
Soon coach Lincoln Riley said he had no comment when asked about the player’s suspension on Wednesday.