ISU's Jordan Railey Arrested on Fighting Charge
AMES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa State center Jordan Railey has been suspended indefinitely by coach Fred Hoiberg following his arrest early Thursday for fighting in public.
Ames police commander Jim Robinson says officers saw Railey throw a punch at another man just after midnight on Welch Ave., a popular restaurant and bar district for students.
Robinson says Railey was arrested after walking away from officers and charged with disorderly conduct.
Railey, a 6-foot-11 native of Beaverton, Ore., averaged two points a game as a freshman last season.
Hoiberg says in a statement that he's still gathering information on the incident but is disappointed in Railey's behavior since it was a second offense.
Railey was also suspended by Hoiberg in January for violating team rules after a single-car accident early on New Year's Day.
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