KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -Tennessee coach Bruce Pearl says with four of his scholarship players suspended he'll have a rotation of six scholarship players and three walk-ons when the Volunteers face Charlotte this week.
Senior forward Tyler Smith, junior point guard Melvin Goins, junior center Brian Williams and sophomore guard Cameron Tatum are suspended indefinitely after being arrested on drug and gun charges on Friday.
Pearl says he doesn't know how good the 16th-ranked Vols (10-2) will be against Charlotte (10-3.
The coach said he does not yet know if the players will still be suspended when Tennessee hosts No. 1 Kansas on Sunday because school officials and authorities are still in the process of gathering information about the incident.
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