TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - South Florida guard Anthony Crater has been suspended after failing a second drug test and the school is being investigated by the NCAA, according to a report citing unidentified sources.
FanHouse.com reported Thursday that Carter will miss 20 percent of the season once he becomes eligible on Dec. 12. Carter had been sitting out after transferring from Ohio State.
The report said that Carter also failed a drug test when he was with the Buckeyes.
Officials with the South Florida athletic department did not return phones calls Thursday seeking comment.
The NCAA is reportedly investigating the school after FanHouse reported numerous alleged violations, including a strength coach providing transportation for players and illegally working out with them.
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