MINNEAPOLIS – Minnesota has suspended receiver Troy Stoudermire indefinitely.
Coach Tim Brewster suspended Stoudermire for "conduct detrimental to the team," but did not say why on Thursday.
Stoudermire then posted on his Facebook page that he is "no longer a gopher (and) ready to take my talent to a top d-1 school where I will be appreciated and respected as a player!"
A football spokesman says Stoudermire has not informed the school that he plans to leave.
Stoudermire has six catches for 114 yards and one touchdown in three games this season. Brewster says sophomore Bryant Allen will take his place at kick returner and receiver for the game Saturday against Northern Illinois.