Michigan coach Brady Hoke told AnnArbor.com that no decision has been made whether his two suspended players will play against Alabama on Sept. 1.
Running back Fitz Toussiant and defensive end Frank Clark was arrested last week on a drunken driving charge, while Clark was arrested during the summer when he was accused of stealing a laptop computer from a Michigan dorm.
“Right now, they’re indefinitely suspended,” Hoke told AnnArbor.com. “They will pay the price for poor judgments, which a lot of 18- to 23-year-old kids make, and then we’ll make a decision down the road.”
Michigan will open preseason practice Aug. 6 in anticipation of its opener against Alabama in Dallas.