Star player suspended from team indefinitely while school investigates
By Susan McDonough, STAFF WRITER
SAN FRANCISCO — Cal quarterback Steve Levy — a rising star who last season led the Bears to a Big Game win over Stanford — has been suspended from the team because of an arrest early Sunday morning after a bar fight in San Francisco, police and university officials said.
University of California, Berkeley football coach Jeff Tedford said Levy has been suspended indefinitely while Cal athletic officials investigate the circumstances around his arrest. Levys family, reached by phone in
Despite Levys storybook performance, Tedford has said the quarterback would not necessarily start when the season begins in September. Nate Longshore, who was out last season with a broken ankle, returned as Cals No. 1 quarterback in spring practice.