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Auburn WR Quan Bray suspended for Arkansas game

Auburn football coach Gene Chizik announced Sunday night wide receiver Quan Bray is suspended for the Arkansas game. The suspension stems from Bray's arrest Thursday night.

He was arrested during a traffic stop on the campus of the University of West Georgia. Police say he was stopped for playing loud music and officers realized he was driving on a limited permit. They found an open bottle of alcohol in the car, but determined Bray was not drinking.

Bray is Auburn's 3rd leading receiver with 11 catches for 82 yards. Chizik praised Bray for all the adversity he has overcome the last year and a half. He says he has been a good teammate, but just made a bad decision and those have consequences. Chizik says he will let us know when Bray will be back on the field.

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