TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -Three Florida State football players have been suspended for Saturday's game against Clemson, coach Bobby Bowden said Thursday.
Bowden said wide receivers Bert Reed and Jarmon Fortson and linebacker Nigel Carr will not play this weekend for the 24th-ranked Seminoles (6-2). He said they were being disciplined for ``not meeting their responsibilities.'' He did not elaborate.
Reed was suspended before the Oct. 25 game against Virginia Tech for violating the university's class attendance policy.
``It's a shame,'' offensive coordinator Jimbo Fisher said. ``They're still young. They'll learn and we'll keep teaching them and keep disciplining them.''
Reed, a redshirt freshman, has caught 15 passes for 226 yards and three touchdowns this season. Fortson has five catches for 61 yards and a touchdown. Carr has seen limited action this season.

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