CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) — Oregon State cornerback Malcolm Marable has been suspended indefinitely by the Beavers after he was cited for driving 104 mph on Interstate 5.
State police say Marable was traveling northbound near Albany, Ore., when he was pulled over and cited early Sunday. The sophomore was also cited for failure to produce proof of insurance and registration for the Nissan Altima he was driving.
The fine for driving over 100 mph in Oregon is $1,148.
Oregon State coach Mike Riley recently suspended cornerback Sean Martin after he was arrested for allegedly driving under the influence, and cornerback Mishawn Cummings for undisclosed reasons.