Michael Holmes will no longer be a student at Virginia Tech
The Virginia Tech football player has been removed as a student at the school
Michael Holmes has been removed as a student from Virginia Tech.
Holmes was charged with felony malicious wounding after a fight April 21. He was convicted of the reduced misdemeanor charge on June 13 and was given a one-year suspended sentence. Two counts of simple assault were dropped.
On Tuesday, a student judiciary board decided to remove Holmes from the school.
That means he will no longer be allowed on the football team, or on campus as a student.
The 20-year-old sophomore from Harrisonburg started five games last season, rushing for 280 yards and four touchdowns. He was in the mix for playing time next season along with J.C. Coleman and Danville native Trey Edmunds, who were first and second on the depth chart at the end of spring practice.
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