WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) - Wake Forest says senior free safety Duran Lowe has been kicked off the football team.
Team spokesman Steve Shutt said in a statement Monday that Lowe's dismissal was because he violated an undisclosed university policy.
Lowe is a native of Plant City, Fla., who had 91 tackles and one interception in 31 career games.
He did not play in the Demon Deacons' final six games last season after he received an indefinite suspension for violating athletic department policy.
He was back for the team's spring game in April and was in on three tackles.

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