FARGO, N.D. (AP) -North Dakota State has disciplined four football players. Three have been suspended after they were cited for drunken driving and another has been dismissed after he was charged with marijuana possession.
Coach Craig Bohl said Friday playing football is a privilege, not a right.
The three suspended players are return specialist Shamen Washington, quarterback Jose Mohler and defensive end Garrett Johnson. They could be dismissed after their legal and disciplinary action is complete.
Backup quarterback Troy Jackson was thrown off the team. The coach said he had repeated off-field issues.
The team starts spring practice Saturday. The Bison went 6-5 last year and open this season at Iowa State on Sept. 3.

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