Oregon Ducks cornerback Cliff Harris is in hot water once again following a driving incident on Monday. According to George Schroeder, the Ducks have suspended Harris indefinitely "pending a further review."
The drama began on Monday when Harris was pulled over in Eugene after a police officer noticed that he wasn't wearing a seatbelt. By the end, the cop got Harris on infractions for driving on a suspended license and driving without insurance in addition to driving without a seatbelt. His car was also impounded.
Harris has had trouble with driving in the past few months. In June, Harris was suspended indefinitely when he was caught going 118 mph in a 65 mph zone.
The cornerback missed the team's first three games but then returned for Oregon's Week Four match-up against Arizona. Just four games later, Harris finds himself in a similar position. He will miss more time on the field.
Oregon will review the entire event before deciding how long Harris should sit out. His penalty could be more severe this time around due to the repeat infraction.