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Towson pair suspended for championship game

Frisco, TX (SportsNetwork.com) - Towson tight end James Oboh and cornerback Jordan Love were suspended Saturday before the FCS championship game because of undisclosed NCAA rules violations.

Both seniors normally start for Towson, which played North Dakota State in the championship game at Toyota Stadium.

Oboh's four touchdown receptions were tied for the team lead and he ranked fifth with 24 receptions for 354 yards.

Towson sometimes starts three wide receivers. If the Tigers were to start a tight end, sophomore Sean Mooney was scheduled for the assignment.

Love, who received All-America second-team honors from The Sports Network, had 64 tackles, two sacks and 10 pass breakups this season.

Freshman Juleon Killikelly-Lee was scheduled to start for Love.

01/04 13:28:09 ET

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