GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) - Oklahoma defensive tackle DeMarcus Granger won't play in the Fiesta Bowl against West Virginia on Wednesday after being sent home for disciplinary reasons.
Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops said Monday he had suspended Granger, a sophomore who started 11 of 13 games and had 3 1/2 sacks. The coach did not give details of why Granger was disciplined.
Stoops said Steven Coleman and Adrian Taylor will see additional time on the defensive line in Granger's absence.

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