DALLAS (AP) - Baylor coach Scott Drew says guard LaceDarius Dunn will be allowed to practice but remains suspended indefinitely from competition while facing allegations that he broke his girlfriend's jaw in a domestic dispute.
Drew made the announcement Thursday. Baylor begins practice Friday. A Baylor disciplinary panel also has lifted a suspension, allowing him to return to class.
The leading scorer from last year's team that reached the NCAA regional finals still faces a felony aggravated assault charge, his attorney said.
Police in Waco say Dunn's girlfriend, Lacharlesla Edwards, had her jaw broken in two places Sept. 27. She has said that her jaw wasn't broken and Dunn didn't hit her.