Rutgers All-Big Ten receiver Leonte Carroo has been charged with assault under domestic violence in connection with an unspecified matter after the team's game last weekend.

The team announced Sunday that the senior captain was suspended indefinitely. Then officials said Monday he had been arrested.

About two hours before the news of his arrest was released, coach Kyle Flood was asked about if and when Carroo might be able to return.

"I don't anticipate any change in status as of right now," Flood said. "And it would be hard for me to answer the rest of that until I had more details just because it's a hypothetical right now."

Rutgers Police Chief Kenneth Cop said in a statement that the Saturday incident was outside the team's training and administrative building. Cop did not release further details.

The arrest and suspension are the latest stains on a program that has seen six other players kicked off the team this month after being arrested.

"As the head coach, everything ultimately reflects on you and it's part of the job. If you shy away from that, you probably shouldn't do the job," Flood said. "But I'm very comfortable that the people that know our program, the people who are invested in our program, and the people that spend time with our program know the quality and the high quality of the young men that we have down in that locker room right now."

Before the seven arrests, Rutgers began investigating Flood for possible improper contact with a teacher about a player's grade.

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•Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops said he is dealing internally with players about some postgame incidents caught on film after the 16th-ranked Sooners rallied to win in double overtime at Tennessee. After the game, video caught Sooners linebacker and team captain Eric Striker shouting foul language directed at the SEC before leaving the field. There was also a photo of safety Hatari Byrd with his left arm raised and middle finger extended toward the crowd.

•Maryland appears destined for a quarterback change after losing to Bowling Green. The Terrapins' new depth chart has junior Caleb Rowe as the starter and Daxx Garman as his backup. Perry Hills, who started the first two games, is not on the two-deep chart.

•One of the two Utah players shot at a party late Saturday night has been released from a hospital. Freshman Marcel Brooks-Brown was released while sophomore Lo Falemaka is still in the hospital, but coach Kyle Whittingham says he is expected out in a week or so.