Toussaint was arrested Saturday night around 11:45 p.m. for allegedly operating a vehicle while over the legal limit. The Wolverine RB was stopped for a traffic violation in downtown Ann Arbor. Toussaint failed a breathalyzer test and was arrested.
Monday afternoon Michigan Coach, Brady Hoke, indefinitely suspended Toussaint for an as of yet undisclosed amount of time. Hoke stated, “Fitz made a poor decision and has been suspended indefinitely because of that action.”
Last year Toussaint, a red shirt junior, ran for 1041 yards and eight TDs. Toussaint was the Wolverines’ second leading rusher behind QB Denard Robinson. Toussaint will likely sit out at least Michigan’s opening game against Alabama.