Ducks suspend Harris for driving violations

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EUGENE, Ore. -- The Oregon Ducks football team has suspended star cornerback Cliff Harris pending an investigation into driving violations, Coach Chip Kelly said Monday.

In a statement, Kelly said the suspension is a "complete prohibition from all football activities until the matter is resolved."

Eugene police pulled over Harris earlier on Monday afternoon, and cited him for driving without a seatbelt, driving on a suspended license and driving without insurance.

Jenna McCulley, a Eugene Police Department spokeswoman, said Harris was pulled over near a McDonald's at Hilyard and Broadway in Eugene because he wasn't wearing a seatbelt. The car he was driving was later impounded.

In June, Harris was cited by Oregon State Police for driving 118 miles per hour down Interstate 5 without a valid driver's license.  The posted speed limit was 65. Coach Chip Kelly suspended Harris following the incident.