Hawaii quarterback Cayman Shutter will receive a "significant suspension" for his recent arrest on suspicion of drunken driving, head coach Norm Chow said Sunday night.
UH QB Shutter to receive significant suspension, Chow says
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Chow said he will meet with Shutter today, and the specifics will be announced at a news conference before Tuesday’s practice. The Warriors were on hiatus last week because of UH’s spring break. They do not practice on Monday.
Chow said Shutter served as a host during the recruiting period and was instrumental in helping the Warriors sign several prospects. But Chow said he takes "serious" the DUI arrest and it "is something I do not condone."
Shutter was arrested at 3:30 a.m. on Thursday. He was released an hour later after posting a $500 bail.
Chow was on a family trip in China last week. He returned to Hawaii Saturday.