Missouri Suspends Quarterback Maty Mauk After Video Surfaces Of Him Allegedly Snorting Cocaine
Maty Mauk‘s time at Mizzou hasn’t been what the quarterback imagined when he joined the Tigers. He spent his freshman year as a red shirt and lost out on the starting job, which he later claimed through injury, out of training camp.
He was finally named the starter for the 2014 season and was under center for all 14 games, but lost the job after four games of the 2015 season due to disciplinary reasons.
His career took another hit on Monday, when he was indefinitely suspended after a video surfaced showing a man, who is allegedly Mauk, snorting a white substance.
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While it’s difficult to tell if the man is Mauk and what the powder actually is, Missouri isn’t taking any chances. They’ve officially suspended the quarterback during their investigation of the video.
Photo: Maty Mauk #7 of the Missouri Tigers drops back to pass against the Kentucky Wildcats at Commonwealth Stadium on September 26, 2015 in Lexington, Kentucky. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)