Syracuse's starting shooting guard has been kicked out of the university, pending appeal, for allegedly punching a twenty-year-old girl in the face. Classy.
Of course, in accordance with Jim Boeheim's seven-strikes-and-you're-out rule, Devendorf will continue to play until his appeal is heard. Word on the street does not sound good, however, for the redshirt junior from Bay City, Michigan.
Devendorf is averaging 14.1 points in eight games this year. He is traditionally a strong three-point shooter, but is down to 32% so far this season.
Devendorf jumped onto the national scene with a fantastic Big East Tournament his freshman year, leading the Orange to a longshot conference title alongside Gerry McNamara. No worries for his fans, however, you haven't seen the last of this guy. He'll be back next season after receiving a hardship waiver after last year's injury.