BOULDER — If La’Vontae Shenault needs to rejoin the CU Buffs, coach Karl Dorrell will welcome him with open arms. Open arms and circumstances.
“Certain he does,” Dorrell mentioned Tuesday when requested if Shenault, the Buffs receiver and youthful brother of Jacksonville Jaguars wideout and former CU star Laviska Shenault, has a possibility to return from an indefinite suspension.
“I imagine in rehabilitation. I do. However he’s bought some stipulations that he’s bought (to do to) present us that he needs to be again. Completely.”
Dorrell and the college introduced Monday that the youthful Shenault, a 6-foot-2 freshman, had been suspended indefinitely for violating workforce and athletic division guidelines.
The CU coach didn’t supply particulars as to size of Shenault’s suspension, which started throughout final weekend’s sport with Texas A&M, or the foundation reason behind the punishment.
Shenault caught two passes for 23 yards in opposition to UNC within the Buffs’ season-opener on Sept. 3. CU (1-1) hosts Minnesota (1-1) on 11 a.m. Saturday at Folsom Area.
It’s the third suspension the Buffs wideout has incurred since Dorrell was employed in Feburary 2020.
“It’s a troublesome capsule to swallow,” mentioned Dorrell, who’s 5-3 over his first eight tilts because the Buffs’ head coach. “We gained’t jeopardize — I can’t jeopardize — how we run our program. I don’t care who you’re. It could be an All-American who will get in hassle … (if) one thing occurs, guess what? They’re going to pay the penalty.”