Sources — Four Texas A&M Aggies football players facing bans vs. Miami

Four Texas A&M football players, including second-best receiver Evan Stewart, face suspensions for all or part of Saturday night’s game against Miami, sources confirmed to ESPN.

The suspensions are related to a curfew violation, according to sources. Others facing suspension include defenders Denver Harris and Deyon Bouie and wide receiver Chris Marshall, sources said.

Aggies officials declined to confirm the suspensions.

Texas A&M suffered a 17-14 home loss to Appalachian State. Max Johnson will start at quarterback Saturday after Haynes King started the first two games.

TexAgs.com was the first company to report the suspensions.

https://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/34612035/four-texas-aggies-football-players-facing-bans-vs-miami Sources — Four Texas A&M Aggies football players facing bans vs. Miami

Emma Bowman

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