Maryland receiver DJ Turner will not be available this Saturday as the Terrapins travel to Rutgers, following a DUI arrest during the team’s off week. Head coach Mike Locksley said it’s a coach’s decision to keep Turner out of the game.

Turner did not play in Maryland’s B1G opener against Penn State of Friday.

“DJ’s part of our football family and families support each other and we’ll continue to work through this while also understanding that there’s going to be repercussions for making poor choices and decisions in your life,” Locksley said during his weekly press conference. “I had a chance to recruit DJ and I know the family that he comes from, and he comes from a really good family. As a family, whether it’s good times or bad times, we’re here to support each other, and our football family is no different.”

The university is currently investigating the situation involving Tuner. Alcohol-related offenses are a violation of the student code of conduct.

Turner has played in three games this season, catching four passes for 84 yards. He’s also returned three punts for 107 yards and a touchdown. With an offseason injury to Jeshaun Jones, Turner was expected to be a key piece at the receiver position for the Terrapins.

In his career at Maryland, Turner has accounted for 24 receptions for 294 yards and a touchdown.