Bradley center suspended for violating rules

The Associated Press

PEORIA, Ill. (AP) -- Bradley senior center Jordan Prosser has been suspended at least four games for violating standards set by the university's athletic department.

Prosser's suspension begins Tuesday, when the Braves host Central Michigan. His suspension may end after the Braves travel to Tempe to take on Arizona State on Nov. 22.

Coach Geno Ford did not reveal what Prosser did to earn the suspension. However, he said everyone involved with Bradley athletics is expected to abide by a set of core values. He said Prosser has ''fallen short of those values and he is subject to the consequences.''

In Bradley's first two games this season, Prosser averaged 4.0 points and 4.5 rebounds.

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