TROY, Ala. (AP) -Troy defensive end Kenny Mainor has been reinstated from a two-game suspension and will play in Saturday's Sun Belt Conference opener against Louisiana-Monroe, coach Larry Blakeney said Wednesday.
The junior was suspended after his arrest for marijuana possession. He was cleared to return to school and the team on a probationary status by the University Disciplinary Committee.
Mainor became a starter as a redshirt freshman when he replaced NFL first-round draft pick DeMarcus Ware. He had two tackles in the Trojans' 46-26 season-opening loss at No. 18 Arkansas.
Mainor led the Trojans (1-2) with 6.5 sacks as a sophomore.

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