Javaree Jackson suspended indefinitely
LARAMIE -- Starting defensive tackle, Javaree Jackson, has been suspended for Wyoming's upcoming bowl game and possibly longer, according to Cowboys head coach Craig Bohl.
"Javaree Jackson has been suspended from the team," Bohl said during his Monday press conference in Laramie. "He won't be involved in any activities. It's a violation of team rules."
Jackson, a a 6-foot, 5-inch, 276-pound junior from Wauwatosa, Wisc., had 35 tackles and three sacks for the Cowboys this season. He also forced a fumble, recovered one and picked off Utah State's Jordan Love late in the regular season.
"Yes," Bohl said about Jackson missing the Arizona Bowl Dec. 31 in Tucson. "And maybe longer. You can say he is suspended indefinitely. Until things get resolved, he's suspended."
Mario Mora and Cole Godbout are listed as the starters. Claude Cole and Victor Jones will be the back-ups at the defensive tackle spots.