TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -Arizona starting wide receiver Terrell Reese was suspended indefinitely following his arrest on a charge of driving while intoxicated.
Coach Mike Stoops said Reese was arrested for driving under the influence on Friday night. Reese already had been suspended for the Toledo game for missing classes.
Stoops brought up the case in his post-game news conference following the Wildcats' 41-16 victory over Toledo on Saturday night.
``Obviously the incident with Terrell Reese is very disturbing and very unfortunate,'' Stoops said. ``It was a careless and selfish act.''
Reese is a redshirt sophomore from Pflugerville, Texas.
``His commitment to our team has to be greater than that,'' Stoops said.

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