AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. — Air Force running back Asher Clark is no longer enrolled at the academy amid a newspaper report that he was caught up in an investigation into illegal drug use.
Academy spokesman David Cannon states the Privacy Act precludes him from disclosing the reason for Clark’s dismissal, which comes less than a week before graduation.
The Gazette in Colorado Springs, citing sources it did not name, stated Clark is among 31 cadets that were the subject of an investigation into illegal drug use.
Clark completed his career as the school’s second all-time leading rusher with 3,594 yards. He was selected to the Mountain West Conference second-team squad last season.
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