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4 A&M freshmen facing disciplinary action versus Miami

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App State’s Nick Ross (4) grabs freshman WR Chris Marshall (10) at Kyle Field on Saturday, Sep. 10, 2022.

According to Jeff Tarpley of GigEm247, part of the 247Sports network, four Texas A&M freshmen have been suspended from Saturday, Sept. 17’s game against No. 13 Miami.
According to the initial report, the four players — cornerbacks Denver Harris and Smoke Bouie and wide receivers Evan Stewart and Chris Marshall — will be suspended for at least the first half, potentially up to the full game.
As well, according to a tweet by TexAgs’ Billy Liucci, the disciplinary action is a result of a missed curfew by the freshmen.
Stewart is tied for a team-high 10 catches on the season along with 105 yards, a mark behind just senior Ainias Smith. Marshall is tied for third on the team in receptions with four catches for 41 yards.
Harris has seen a decent number of snaps to start the season as well, recording five total tackles. Bouie only played in the season opener and did not record a statistic.

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