Oregon State football player Malcolm Marable, 20, is the latest of the Beavers to get in trouble this offseason.
A trooper cited Marable, a sophomore CB, after clocking the gray 2005 Nissan Altima he was driving at 104 mph.
According to the citation, about 1 a.m. Sunday, Marable was northbound on Interstate 5 near milepost 226, a stretch posted 65 mph.
The trooper had the Nissan pull over and Marable was cited for “exceeding the speed limit 100+” which carries a presumptive fine of $1,150.
He was warned for failure to carry proof of insurance and failure to carry registration.
According to the citation, it was not his car.
Fellow CBs Sean Martin (DUII) and Mishawn Cummings (undisclosed) have been suspended from the team, coach Mike Riley announced in the last week.
UPDATE: Riley was unavailable for comment, but OSU confirmed that Marable is suspended indefinitely until the matter is resolved.
Marable played in all 12 games as a true freshman, mostly on special teams. He two tackles and 13 kickoff returns with an average of 24.8 yards.