Rashee Rice crash suspect suspended from SMU football.

The Texas college football player accused of crashing into Rashee Rice was suspended, the school said.

Theodore “Teddy” Knox was suspended by Southern Methodist University in University Park, Texas, on Thursday after Dallas police filed an arrest warrant for him.

The Dallas multivehicle crash last month involved Knox, 21, driving a Corvette and Rice, 23, driving a Lamborghini, authorities said. “SMU takes these allegations seriously,” the sports department said, adding that “federal student privacy laws prevent the University from discussing details involving student disciplinary proceedings.”

September 17: Rashee Rice of the Kansas City Chiefs in Jacksonville, Fla.Getty Images/Mike Carlson Knox is Mustangs junior cornerback. He concluded his second season after transferring from Mississippi State.

Police claimed Knox and Rice were speeding in the far-left lane of North Central Expressway on March 30 and triggered “a chain reaction collision involving four other vehicles.”

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Police suspect that the two individuals fled the scene without checking on those in other vehicles. Police reported two people brought to a local hospital and two treated at the site, but no significant injuries.

Rice handed himself in to Glenn Heights Police on Thursday and was brought to DeSoto Regional Jail. His attorney, Texas state Sen. Royce West, claimed the NFL player was released on bond and cooperated with the inquiry.

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