I have never questioned another coach's decision when it comes to disciplining players, even when it comes to outside legal issues. It may not be popular, but even when it happens at Ohio, State, or even in the SEC, what other choice is there? Suspend, just to appease the media/rival fans? The last thing we need to do is ruin a kids chance at an education because of a mistake. Clark will have enough problems explaining a felony on a job resume...kick him, or any other kid out of school ad send a kid back home with little life options just doesn't seem to do anyone anything positive. So, a program has to deal with rivals calling it thuggish or felony U on some crappy radio station...much better than other alternatives for the kid and society.