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Missouri suspends QB Maty Mauk indefinitely after alleged cocaine snorting video surfaces

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Missouri has suspended quarterback Maty Mauk from the football program indefinitely as they investigate a video that allegedly shows the Tigers QB snorting cocaine.

The video below was circulated on social media, and it shows a man snorting a white powder substance off a table:

Missouri athletic director Mack Rhoades and new head football coach Barry Odom issued a joint statement regarding Mauk's suspension:

Mauk, a junior, has had a troubled tenure at Mizzou. He threw for 25 touchdowns and 12 interceptions as the Tigers' starter in 2014, but he lost the job due to disciplinary reasons during the 2015 season. Shortly after he was reinstated, he got into a drunken incident at a bar and was suspended for the rest of the season. He also caused a stir in 2013 after wearing this T-shirt while partying.

This indefinite suspension marks the third time since September that Mauk has been suspended by Missouri. Odom reinstated the junior QB to the team last month in expectation that he would be on good behavior.


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