Oklahoma freshman defensive end Amani Bledsoe has been suspended for one year for failing an NCAA performance enhancing drugs test, the Lawrence (Kan.) Journal-World reported.
Bledsoe could not be eligible to return until the eighth game of next season, though the newspaper said Bledsoe planned to appeal the suspension.
Bledsoe did not play in Saturday's 56-3 win over Kansas, his hometown school, due to what Sooners coach Bob Stoops termed an "indefinite suspension." (The Oklahoman)
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Oklahoma freshman Amani Bledsoe of Lawrence suspended a year by NCAA for PED violation: Lawrence Journal-World
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