TCU's Davis Reportedly Has Positive Steroid Test

Associated Press

Texas Christian University starting tackle Greg Davis won't be playing for the Horned Frogs this season after reportedly testing positive for steroids during a random NCAA drug test. TCU Coach Pat Sullivan confirmed that Davis was suspended permanently and taken off scholarship, but declined to say why. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported Thursday that the 6-foot-4, 292-pound junior was suspended because he tested positive for steroids during a drug test two weeks ago. . . . Turning down about 60 schools, Seth Trimmer, a 6-4 quarterback at Crescent Valley (Ore.) High, has decided to stay in Corvallis to play for new Coach Mike Riley at Oregon State. . . . Louisiana State apparently will play its Southeastern Conference opener against Mississippi State without leading rusher Kevin Faulk, who suffered a hamstring injury in the season-opening 55-3 victory over Texas El Paso last Saturday. Faulk did not participate in Wednesday's practice and under LSU Coach Gerry DiNardo's rules will not play.

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