Missouri has suspended quarterback Maty Mauk indefinitely from the football program as it gathers information regarding a video posted late Monday night allegedly showing him snorting an unidentified substance.
The university has not confirmed Mauk is the person in the video or when it was recorded.
On Monday night, a nine-second video was posted on Twitter showing a male who clearly resembles Mauk bent over a line of white powder. The person appears to snort the line but leaves most of it on the table. He stands up, rubs his nose, screams and smiles at the camera as the video ends. It’s unclear when the video was taken or who created the account, @Ray56King, which features a profile photo of former Cardinals relief pitcher Ray King. The tweet includes the message, “Matty Mauk missing the line, just like he misses his receivers. #Mizzou #Rocktober #MattyIce @TMAFanpage@TMASTL
Mauk was suspended for the season on Nov. 1 by then-coach Gary Pinkel after his involvement in a confrontation outside of a Columbia bar. The incident came just hours after Mauk apologized to his teammates for his actions precipitating a four-game suspension earlier in the season.
He was eventually reinstated in late December.