Oregon State suspended forward Jarmal Reid a “minimum” of four games, after he tripped referee Tommy Nunez during Sunday night’s game against Utah. Reid appeared to be frustrated with a no-call after he was knocked to the floor by Utah center Jakob Poeltl, and retaliated by sticking out his leg and tripping Nunez. He was assessed a flagrant foul two and ejected after video review.

The Pac-12 announced that it would take no further disciplinary action beyond what Oregon State already announced, but Reid’s suspension could last longer than four games. While out, his “conduct and attitude” will be monitored to decide whether to extend the suspension.

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