Harris Suspended Again

Harris Suspended Again

EUGENE – University of Oregon cornerback Cliff Harris has been suspended from the Ducks' football program pending a further review of a traffic stop that occurred Monday afternoon in Eugene, according to the Ducks' Head Coach Chip Kelly.

The suspension will include a complete prohibition from all football activities until the matter is resolved.

The Fresno, Calif., junior had been credited with nine tackles in six games this season after missing the season-opening loss to LSU while serving an indefinite suspension. In addition, Harris had intercepted one pass against Arizona State while deflecting five passes, and had returned nine punts for 68 yards (7.6 avg.).

The 2010 consensus All-America defensive back and punt returner led the nation with 23 passes broken up a year ago and finished second in the country in punt returns with an 18.8-yard average.

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