Michigan defensive end Frank Clark is facing a second-degree home invasion charge and has been suspended by Brady Hoke.
Fitzgerald Toussaint wasn't the only Michigan football player who had news of an arrest and suspension come out on Monday afternoon. It also came out on Monday that Michigan defensive end Frank Clark is suspended.
It was discovered that there is a preliminary hearing scheduled on Aug. 2 for Clark over a second-degree home invasion charge. Shortly after this broke, Michigan head coach Brady Hoke confirmed that Clark was previously suspended and will continue to be suspended "pending the outcome of the investigation."
Hoke statement on DE Frank Clark, facing a hearing for home invasion: "We are aware of the case ... This is a serious accusation." #fb— Chris Balas (@Balas_Wolverine) July 23, 2012
"We will follow the lead of the judicial system. Frank was and will continue to be suspended pending the outcome of the investigation. #fb— Chris Balas (@Balas_Wolverine) July 23, 2012
This does not appear to be a brand new charge considering Clark has already been suspended for an unknown amount of time, but it didn't become public knowledge until Monday.