NORMAN, Okla. — Oklahoma has suspended junior safety Will Sunderland indefinitely.

The school made the announcement Monday.

Oklahoma County court records show that Sunderland was charged with concealing stolen property on June 13, and a warrant for his arrest was issued June 15.

The Midwest City (Oklahoma) High School graduate played in eight games last season and had 15 tackles, one interception and a pass breakup. His freshman year at Oklahoma, he played in eight games and had three tackles. He was expected to have a more significant role this season.


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