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Michigan’s Harris suspended for practice conduct

Michigan guard Manny Harris has been suspended for what his coach described as an act of unsportsmanlike conduct during practice. Coach John Beilein announced the suspension Saturday ahead of the Wolverines' game at Purdue. Beilein said in a statement that Harris “used poor judgment” on Friday and it would be “best for Manny's future” if he didn't play. Details of the conduct weren't released by the team. Beilein said he plans to meet with Harris and the team following the Wolverines' trip to Purdue to determine whether he will return for Tuesday's game in Ann Arbor against rival Michigan State. Harris has played in 85 straight games for the Wolverines. He leads the team and the Big Ten in scoring with 19.2 points per game. (Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)