The winding career of former Ohio State wide receiver Torrance Gibson took another turn Thursday night.
Patrick Ochs of The Biloxi Sun Herald reports Mississippi Gulf Coast, Gibson's JUCO team since transferring there in July, didn't list the quarterback among its starters before hosting Mississippi Delta.
A spokesman told the Sun Herald Gibson is "no longer on the team," though he remains enrolled in classes.
Ohio State suspended Gibson in August 2016 for a violation of student conduct. Head coach Urban Meyer publicly disagreed with the decision, but the former four-star recruit left without ever having played a meaningful snap for the Buckeyes.
In five games with the Bulldogs, Gibson compiled 542 passing yards, 321 rushing yards, and eight total touchdowns.
Earlier this week, former Ohio State receiver Eric Glover-Williams announced plans to enroll in MGCCC.