Suspended Michigan players Fitz Toussaint, Frank Clark cleared to practice
Melanie Maxwell | AnnArbor.com
Both players missed the first week of workouts after run-ins with the law. Toussaint, the Wolverines' starting tailback, was arrested last month in Ann Arbor on a drunken-driving charge.
Clark, a candidate to start at weak-side defensive end, is accused of stealing a laptop from a campus dorm and is charged with second-degree home invasion. His next court date is Sept. 11.
Both players remain indefinitely suspended, and Hoke said he has not yet determined whether either will be available for the season opener Sept. 1 against Alabama.
“They paid a heavy price and will continue to pay a price for actions unbecoming of a Michigan football player,” Hoke said.
Is there a chance they'll be available?
"I wish I could tell ya," Hoke said.