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Michigan Wolverines senior defensive end Frank Clark has been dismissed from the team after police arrested the the Cleveland native on domestic violence charges in Ohio this weekend. Per ESPN:

"This is a tragic situation," coach Brady Hoke said in a written statement. "Our student-athletes will be held accountable when their actions fail to meet the standard we have at Michigan. There is a legal process that will occur and we respect that process."

Hoke will address the media at a previously scheduled press conference on Monday afternoon.

In the police report, Clark's girlfriend said he punched her in the face after an altercation in the Maui Sands hotel in Sandusky, Ohio. The woman's brother, who was also in the room, said he saw Clark pick her up by the neck and slam her to the ground.
This is Clark's second arrest during his career with the Wolverines as he was arrested back is September of 2012 for stealing a laptop from a Michigan dorm room.
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