Wyoming’s D.J. May Suspended For San Jose State Game [BREAKING]
It's been announced that redshirt sophomore running back D.J. May has been suspended for Saturday’s Wyoming versus San Jose State football game.
Wyoming head football coach Craig Bohl made the announcement via press release from the University. The suspension is for a violation of team rules.
No one with UW Athletics or the Wyoming Football program will have any further comment on May’s one-game suspension.
May was averaging 107.7 all-purpose yards per game, which is ninth in the Mountain West. He has rushed for 260 yards and two touchdowns. May also has eight receptions for 144 yards and a pair of t-d's. He was also the Pokes top kick returner.