BOCA RATON, Fla. (AP) -Florida Atlantic coach Mike Jarvis will be back on the bench Thursday.
The Sun Belt Conference decided not to extend Jarvis' one-game suspension, and he'll coach the struggling Owls in their home game against Arkansas-Little Rock.
The school suspended Jarvis after he received three technical fouls and was ejected during a loss last Thursday against Louisiana-Monroe. Jarvis did not accompany the Owls to their game Saturday at Arkansas State, with his son, Mike Jarvis II, filling in as head coach.
Florida Atlantic endured its 12th consecutive loss and is 0-9 in the league.

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