Via Ballin Is A Habit, Marshall's Justin Coleman - a top 50 prospect who was recruited by Louisville but later ruled ineligible - was suspended after Marshall's recent loss to Belmont when he spent the entire second half on the bench, texting.
From the linked article:
Belmont closed the half up 37-25, Coleman slowly meandered off the court, far behind his teammates who jogged to the locker room. In fact, an assistant coach (perhaps a graduate assistant) ran back on to the court and ushered Coleman to pick up the pace. As the second half commenced, Coleman started it behind the bench. Not on the bench, behind the bench and the coaches, far away from the nearest action. Then, I saw something I don't think I've ever seen at any level of sport. Coleman slyly slipped a cell phone out of the sleeve of his warm-ups and proceeded to look at it for most of the second half. Yes, a player that STARTED and participated in a game, spent the entire second half doodling on his phone like a teenage girl at the movie theater. I could hardly take my eyes off of it, refusing to believe what I saw. It was so sophomoric, so appalling. Hell, not only was it disrespectful, Coleman was missing a damn good basketball game. His team didn't seem to miss his absence as they quickly erased a 16-point deficit in the second half.
Coleman has been suspended indefinitely.
Look's like Louisville caught a break by missing out on this one.