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Oklahoma suspends reserve offensive lineman after arrest


Oklahoma reserve offensive lineman Jake Reed has been suspended indefinitely after being charged with burglary.

An affidavit filed in the case alleges that Reed broke into his ex-girlfriend's home early Sunday morning and assaulted her and a male companion.

"He is suspended indefinitely while the matter is pending, per OU policy," a school spokesman told the AP.

Reed, a senior walk-on from Ardmore, Okla., played in one game last season and was listed as the back-up left tackle on the depth chart released Monday for the season opener against Louisiana-Monroe.

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