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Published: Thursday, 10/28/2010

UM's Toussaint had suspended license


ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Michigan tailback Fitz Toussaint has been cited for driving with a suspended license.

The redshirt freshman has an arraignment Thursday in Ann Arbor district court. Court records say University of Michigan police ticketed him Oct. 8, the night before the Michigan-Michigan State game.

A school spokesman told the Detroit News that football coach Rich Rodriguez "is aware of it and has handled the situation" with Toussaint.

Toussaint missed the first three games with a knee injury, then carried twice against Bowling Green before injuring his shoulder. He's missed the last three games and is expected to be out a while longer. The Wolverines play Saturday at Penn State.

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