SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Texas-San Antonio has indefinitely suspended defensive end Will Ritter from all team activities.
The school announced the suspension Monday.
Ritter was reportedly arrested for being involved in a fight outside a bar in Austin last weekend.
Coach Larry Coker said in a statement ``we aware of the incident involving Will Ritter.''
Ritter had 3 1/2 sacks last year as a junior and was expected to be a regular on the defensive line for the Roadrunners this season, the team's first in Conference USA.

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