Dunlap Suspended for SEC Championship
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) - Top-ranked Florida will be without one
of its best pass rushers against No. 2 Alabama in the Southeastern
Conference championship game.
Defensive end Carlos Dunlap was arrested early Tuesday and
charged with driving under the influence, just days before the
biggest game of the season.
Coach Urban Meyer says Dunlap won't play Saturday, adding that
there is no timetable for his return. Meyer says he is "stunned"
by Dunlap's actions.
Dunlap, the defensive MVP of the Bowl Championship Series
national title game in January, has started every game this season
for the defending champs. He has 35 tackles and is tied for the
team lead with seven sacks.
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