"He'll make the decision if and when he ever plays," Stansbury said. "... Actions speak louder than words. We'll see. He seems to be very remorseful for things. But there's accountability if you don't do things right."
Johnson is suspended not only for that, but for violating the school's class attendance policy. It's the second time he's been docked for that; he sat out a game in December. Stansbury said that suspension is rolled into the current one, but that the LSU game did not count toward the academic suspension.
Johnson, a senior guard, will at least be at practice today. After the Twitter incident he skipped practice Thursday and Friday, and Stansbury was not able to get in touch with him.
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