TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -Two Florida State football players were suspended Friday after they were arrested for an incident at a bar.
Junior linebacker Geno Hayes and senior fullback Joe Surratt were arrested early Friday, school officials said. Tallahassee police have not released details but said the department would have information later Friday.
``The student-athletes have been suspended per our athletics department student-athlete code of conduct policy, until all of the facts of the incident are reviewed,'' Florida State athletic director Dave Hart said in a statement.
Hayes is the team's second-leading tackler with 19, and Surratt led Florida State with six rushing touchdowns last year but is sidelined with a broken leg.

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