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Longhorns lose two key defenders for big game
By ASSOCIATED PRESS
Published September 6, 2006
AUSTIN, Texas - Texas starting cornerback Tarell Brown and backup linebacker and special teams player Tyrell Gatewood were suspended for Saturday's game against No. 1 Ohio State after their arrest on misdemeanor charges.
The loss of Brown, a senior and Texas' top cover corner, is a big blow to a defense counting on him to match up with the Buckeyes' top receiver, Ted Ginn Jr.
The players were arrested early Monday with former Longhorns linebacker Aaron Harris when their car was pulled over by Travis County sheriff's deputies.
Brown was charged with unlawfully carrying a weapon after he was found with a loaded 9 mm handgun on his lap, according to deputies. Brown, Gatewood and Harris all were charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana less than two ounces.
MEMPHIS: Receiver Carlton Robinzine will miss the rest of the season after injuring his knee in the season- opening 28-25 loss against Ole Miss. Linebacker Mike Snyder will also sit out the season, following a doctor's advice after suffering a stinger early in that game.
USC: Starting free safety Josh Pinkard tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee during the third-ranked Trojans' 50-14 opening victory over Arkansas on Saturday and is out for the season. Pinkard can apply for a medical redshirt.