PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) -Arkansas-Pine Bluff coach Monte Coleman suspended 10 players, most for breaking curfew, ahead of Saturday's final home game against Mississippi Valley State.
Nine of the players were suspended for breaking a 10 p.m. curfew while the team was in Little Rock last week preparing to face Grambling State. Another player, safety Robert Mingo, was suspended after missing practice last week.
The suspensions include four senior starters: receiver Bruce Peters, defensive end Ladarius Anthony, defensive back Jermaine Clemmons and defensive back Stewart Franks.
Coleman said most of the players who skipped curfew went to a nightclub in Little Rock.
``There's got to be some discipline, there's got to be some accountability,'' said the first-year coach.
The Golden Lions (1-9, 0-5 Southwestern Athletic Conference) finish their season Nov. 29 against Texas Southern in Dallas.

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