BOULDER — If La’Vontae Shenault wishes to rejoin the CU Buffs, coach Karl Dorrell will welcome him with open up arms. Open up arms and disorders.
“Sure he does,” Dorrell mentioned Tuesday when requested if Shenault, the Buffs receiver and more youthful brother of Jacksonville Jaguars wideout and former CU star Laviska Shenault, has an chance to return from an indefinite suspension.
“I think in rehabilitation. I do. But he’s acquired some stipulations that he’s acquired (to do to) show us that he wishes to be back again. Completely.”
Dorrell and the college declared Monday that the more youthful Shenault, a six-foot-two freshman, had been suspended indefinitely for violating team and athletic division regulations.
The CU coach did not offer you aspects as to size of Shenault’s suspension, which began for the duration of last weekend’s recreation with Texas A&M, or the root result in of the punishment.
Shenault caught two passes for 23 yards versus UNC in the Buffs’ season-opener on Sept. 3. CU (one-one) hosts Minnesota (one-one) on 11 a.m. Saturday at Folsom Area.
It’s the 3rd suspension the Buffs wideout has incurred due to the fact Dorrell was hired in Feburary 2020.
“It’s a difficult tablet to swallow,” mentioned Dorrell, who’s five-3 around his 1st eight tilts as the Buffs’ head coach. “We won’t jeopardize — I will not jeopardize — how we operate our system. I really don’t treatment who you are. It could be an All-American who gets in issues … (if) some thing comes about, guess what? They’re going to pay out the penalty.”