Sources: Iowa St. lineman dealing with betting ban
Pete Thamel, ESPNSep 2, 2023, 11:18 AM ET
Iowa State was without starting offensive lineman Jake Remsburg for Saturday’s 30-9 success versus Northern Iowa on Saturday, as he is expecting a six-game NCAA suspension in the middle of a betting examination that has rippled through the program, sources confirmed to ESPN.That makes
five predicted beginners anticipated to miss out on time for Iowa State, including quarterback Hunter Dekkers, leading rusher Jirehl Brock, tight end DeShawn Hanika and defensive lineman Isaiah Lee. Both Brock and Lee have left the group, while Dekkers and Hanika are still on the lineup but have actually not taken part in camp.Editor’s Picks 2 Associated Remsburg
‘s anticipated suspension was initially reported by the Des Moines Register. His wagering activity did not include games in which Iowa State took part, according to several reports.Iowa State decreased remark when reached by ESPN however passed along a declaration that stated the university”has received the eligibility judgments from the NCAA’s Student-Athlete Reinstatement(SAR)Committee and shared those with affected student-athletes.””We will not talk about any individual’s case, however, we will continue to support and standby our
student-athletes if they choose to appeal their SAR choice, “the declaration said.Remsburg, a multiyear starter, went back to camp in August after a brief lack. He is the only one of the five expected to play this season for the Cyclones.Next week, Iowa State plays rival Iowa, which likewise has been ensnared in the gaming investigation.Nearly a lots present and former players from both schools have actually been charged in the state’s examination into sports gambling.