San Jose State football players David Freeman and Chris Kearney have been suspended for the remainder of the season for undisclosed violation of team policy, Spartans coach Mike MacIntyre said Tuesday.
The players were suspended Friday before the team left on its trip to play New Mexico State in Las Cruces, N.M., MacIntyre said.
The suspension effectively ends an unsteady college career for Freeman, a senior backup running back.
The Inglewood native went to the University of Washington out of high school and saw action in four games as a freshman. He transferred to San Jose State and sat out a season under the NCAA's transfer policy.
The highlight of his sophomore season in 2010 was a 72-yard touchdown run against Idaho, and he played in 10 games, gaining 163 yards on 39 carries.
The San Diego native is joined by Jose Cabeza on the all-league first-team, while Tariq Adam, Nathan Arambula, Andre Rawls and Forrest Solis earned honorable mention all-WCC honors. Solis also earned recognition on the WCC all-freshman team.
The SaberCats' 2013 season will kick off March 23 at San Antonio. The home opener will be against Orlando on March 29. The 18-game schedule concludes July 27 at Chicago.