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Vols' Coker suspended one game for missing drug counseling sessions

Updated: November 1, 2007, 4:30 PM ET
By Chris Low | ESPN.com

Tennessee sophomore tailback LaMarcus Coker was suspended for Saturday's game against Louisiana-Lafayette after missing multiple counseling sessions that are required for offenders of UT's drug-testing policy.

Sources told ESPN.com that Coker did not fail another drug test, which he did back in August when he tested positive for marijuana and was suspended for part of preseason practice and the opener against California. However, upon missing the recent counseling sessions, Coker was ordered ...

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