Tech guard Trency Jackson suspended for Kansas game

Texas Tech's Trency Jackson looks for a way to score around the North Carolina A&T defenders during Friday's game at the United Spirit Arena.  A-J FILE PHOTO
A-J FILE PHOTO
Texas Tech's Trency Jackson looks for a way to score around the North Carolina A&T defenders during Friday's game at the United Spirit Arena.

Texas Tech guard Trency Jackson has been suspended for the team's game against Kansas for a violation of team rules, a school spokesman said.

Jackson, a sophomore transfer from Northwest Florida State, is averaging 6.6 points and 2.3 rebounds per game.

Saturday marked the second time Jackson has been suspended this season. He was also held out of Tech's season opener against Prairie View A&M for disciplinary reasons.

 

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Twice in almost exactly two

Twice in almost exactly two months this guy is suspended for breaking team rules? He appears to be a discipline problem in the making so I hope if there is a third time he gets the boot. Either shape up or ship out as my parents used to say--the team couldn't do much worse. If a player doesn't care enough about his university, his team mates, and his own reputation NOT to get suspended then TTU doesn't need him.

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