Wisconsin sophomore wide receiver Danny Davis will be suspended for the first two games of the 2018 football season, UW head coach Paul Chryst announced Wednesday. That's according to a release put out by University of Wisconsin Director of Athletic Communications Brian Lucas.
“Based on the information I have available to me at this time, I have decided to suspend Danny Davis for the first two games of the season,” Chryst said. “Should further information become available that warrants a reevaluation of the length of the suspension, I will assess that information. We have a high standard of conduct within our football program and we cannot accept behavior that is not consistent with that standard.”
During the suspension, Davis will be allowed to practice with the team, but will not be available for games.Chryst didn't cite Quintez Cephus in the statement, but the fellow Badgers receiver was suspended on Monday following sexual assault charges that were filed against him. In a criminal complaint obtained by 27 News on Monday, teammate Danny Davis was named by police. However, no charges have been filed against Davis at this time. Paul Chryst will be holding a media availability Wednesday afternoon.
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