WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) - Two Wake Forest players have been indefinitely suspended for violating unidentified athletic department policy.
Coach Jim Grobe said Saturday that safety Duran Lowe and offensive tackle Devin Bolling were suspended.
Lowe began the season as the starter at strong safety but was listed as the backup to Daniel Mack at free safety on the team's most recent depth chart.
Bolling opened the year as the starting left tackle but was the backup right guard on the two-deep for last week's Maryland game.
The Demon Deacons didn't play this weekend.

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