FARGO, N.D. (AP) -North Dakota State backup linebacker Blake Sczepanski has been suspended indefinitely after his arrest over the weekend for allegedly driving under the influence.
Coach Craig Bohl says Sczepanski's future with the team won't be decided until after the legal process is finished.
Sczepanski is the fourth Bison player cited for DUI in the last six months. Two other players had drug arrests.
Court records show that Sczepanski also pleaded guilty to a minor in possession of alcohol charge last October. He was fined $175 and ordered to perform 16 hours of community service.

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