Several Oklahoma Sooners Players Reportedly Suspended For Failing Drug Tests Before Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl Game Vs LSU

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The Oklahoma Sooners are going to be missing a few players in their CFB playoff game against LSU on December 28th.

Acording to a report by Sooner Scoop three key Sooners players will be suspended for failing a drug test ahead of the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl.

Via Sooner Scoop

Multiple sources confirmed the suspensions to SoonerScoop over the last two days. Most notably, starting defensive lineman Ronnie Perkins as one the players suspended along with backup running back Rhamondre Stevenson. True freshman and special teams standout Trejan Bridges has also been suspended.

Apparently the suspensions stem from failed NCAA drug test for weed according to Sooner Sports network sideline reporter Gabe Ikard.

Via Sooners Wire

“Do we know what the suspension is for?” also a co-host of The Franchise Players and former Oklahoma player Kelly Gregg asked.

“Weed,” Ikard said.

“Recreational?” Kelly asked.

“Recreational. Not PEDs from what I’ve been told,” Ikard answered.

Oklahoma’s head coach Lincoln Riley refused to comment when asked about the suspensions.