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By CLIFF BRUNT
Oklahoma kicker Calum Sutherland has been suspended indefinitely.
A school spokesman made the announcement in a brief statement Friday, one day before the sixth-ranked Sooners play at Kansas.
Sutherland, a sophomore, was arrested Sept. 21 on a public intoxication charge. The statement did not specify a reason for the suspension.
In his most recent action, Sutherland made two field goals to help the Sooners beat UCLA 48-14 on Sept. 14. Oklahoma had a bye on the Saturday that Sutherland was arrested.
Sutherland did not play last Saturday as the Sooners rolled past Texas Tech 55-16. Redshirt freshman Gabe Brkic stepped in and made all seven of his extra points and both of his field goal attempts.
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Updated October 4, 2019