Chris Hart the starting quarterback for Towson University (Md.), has suspended from the team indefinitely.
Towson head coach Rob Ambrose would not comment on Hart but released a statement that said in part: “Being a member of our football program carries with it certain responsibilities and expectations. Unfortunately, Chris made choices that are not in line with the direction of our program.”
Hart was the sixth player on the Towson football team to be suspended during a three week period leading up to his release, which was announced on November 5th.
Hart ranks 61st nationally (FCS) in total offense averaging 191.4 yards per game. He has completed 82 of 172 passes for 1,013 yards and 9 TDs with six interceptions and has rushed for 518 yards.
The 22 year-old looked to be making a comeback after attending several Valdosta State and Georgia Military following his graduation from Southeast in 2007.