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Originally published Tuesday, October 12, 2010 at 6:33 AM

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West Texas A&M player faces drug charges

West Texas A&M defensive end Bryan Braman has been suspended from the team after being charged with manufacturing a controlled substance, hallucinogenic mushrooms.

The Associated Press

CANYON, Texas —

West Texas A&M defensive end Bryan Braman has been suspended from the team after being charged with manufacturing a controlled substance, hallucinogenic mushrooms.

Coach Don Carthel on Monday confirmed the senior's suspension. Carthel declined further comment.

The Amarillo Globe-News reports Braman surrendered Oct. 5 to Randall County authorities and was released on $5,000 bond on the state jail felony charge.

Defense attorney Bill Kelly says it could take at least six months to test the substance allegedly confiscated from Braman's leased house in Canyon, where the school is located.

Braman, who's a 6-foot-6, 230-pound lineman from Spokane, Wash., played in four games this season, totaling 20 tackles, 1.5 sacks and three quarterback hurries.

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Information from: Amarillo Globe-News, http://www.amarillo.com

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