Freshman linebacker Cedric Brooks was treated and released from
a local hospital after he was shot in the shoulder at about 3 a.m.
Sunday, according to police.
University officials said in a statement they do not believe a
police investigation will show that Fraser caused Brooks' injury,
but he was suspended under a university policy involving cases of
serious misconduct or violation of university probation.
Fraser and sophomore receiver Toris Rutledge were questioned in
Fraser lost his athletic scholarship and his status as a student
and must vacate university housing.
Brooks was shot while sitting in a vehicle in the driveway of a
Troy residence, and sustained a superficial shoulder wound. Police
said the shooting apparently resulted from an argument at a local
Troy police spokesman Benny Scarbrough did not immediately
return a call Wednesday seeking comment on the investigation.
Fraser had 81 yards on 12 carries, including a 27-yard
touchdown, in a 33-24 upset of Marshall by Troy State (3-3) on