Not exactly the way you want to lead up to your senior year. Central Michigan defensive end Kashawn Fraser has been suspended from the program indefinitely, according to CM Life, after being charged with domestic violence. Bonus: he was pulled over for suspicion of driving intoxicated last month. So there's a lot going on here.
Drew Ellis has some more details on his Sun Sports blog. He pled out on the domestic violence charge involving his girlfriend, which involved "dragging her around the bedroom on the floor by her shirt." Don't even ask me what type of point he was trying to get across from that. It also says that his girlfriend is a former CMU women's basketball player. For the domestic violence charge, he gets nine months probation and a nice round fine of $963.
Well then. That's a pretty sour double-whammy for the senior. It's hard to get back in the game when you're down 0-2 in the count right away. (Baseball metaphor in football.) Fraser started nine games for the Chippewas in 2010, registering two TFLs, a forced fumble, and a fumble recovery. You can bet they were counting on his presence next year up in Mount Pleasant.