Illinois State star RB Marshaun Coprich has been suspended from the team indefinitely, after being arrested for selling weed to an undercover cop.

Jaz August
According to McLean County (Ill.) Circuit Court records, Coprich was charged last week with delivery of more than 10 but less than 30 grams of marijuana. Coprich was released on $2,025 bail and his arraignment on the Class 4 felony charge was scheduled for May 22.

Coprich set school rushing records with 2,274 yards and 27 touchdowns. He was a large part of the success of Illinois State Championship run that ended in defeat in the big game vs. North Dakota State.