Just when you think it can’t get any worse for Rutgers, it does.

After yesterday’s 37-34 loss to Washington State, star wideout Leonte Carroo was involved in an incident outside the stadium. The details of the incident are still developing, but Dan Duggan said that Carroo will be suspended indefinitely.

Carroo, the Big Ten’s top returning receiver, was already suspended for the first half of the season opener for breaking curfew. The Rutgers wideout earned the school’s all-time touchdown catch record for his three-score effort in the opener.

He has 1,745 career receiving yards and 22 touchdowns. In the first two games, he was the team’s leading receiver.

No word has been said about if and when Carroo will be charged.

Rutgers has had six players kicked off the team in the last two weeks for arrests made in a home invasion case. The Scarlet Knights’ starting quarterback, Chris Laviano, was also suspended for the first half of the opener for breaking curfew and using a fake ID.

Flood is also in hot water for sending an email from his personal account to a university professor about former player Nadir Barnwell’s academic standing. He also allegedly ignored advise from the academic support staff to send the email. His punishment has yet to be determined by the university.

This story will be updated as details of Carroo’s pending allegations unfold.