Michigan suspends it's star running back for their most important season opener in decades.
"It's about teaching life lessons, and if this helps these kids or someone else make a right decision later, then we've won," Hoke said in a statement. "That is ultimately what we are here for, to help them grow and mature to become better sons, fathers, husbands and members of society."
Toussaint was arrested for DUI last Spring. Meanwhile, back at South Central, linebacker Simi Vehikite was warnly accepted back to the U$C football team after recently released from jail (ordered in May to serve a year) following a car accident while intoxicated.
Vehikite pleaded no contest to leaving the scene of an accident and DUI. "Simi has done everything fulfilling his obligations to the team to get back, been through a lot, and fulfilled all his legal obligations as well," Kiffin said. "So he's back part of our team."