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Oklahoma is looking to replace some key losses along the offensive line after right tackle Daryl Williams, left tackle Tyrus Thompson, and left guard Adam Shead left for the NFL.

That job just got a little harder for coach Bob Stoops and staff. The Tulsa World is reporting that freshman offensive tackle Kenyon Frison has been suspended indefinitely.

Stoops has confirmed the suspension citing a violation of team rules, but did not specify beyond that.

According to Rivals, Frison came to OU as a 4-star recruit out of West Valley City, Utah. His loss will be felt.

“One of the better young guys we’ve had come in.” Bob Stoops said in March in regards to Frison.


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