Just over two months before the start of the 2013 season, NC A&T quarterback Lewis Kindle is making headlines for all the wrong reasons. NC A&T announced Kindle has been suspended indefitely from all football activities after being stopped by campus police for driving while impaired early Friday morning.
According to reports, Kindle is being charged with not burning headlights from sunset to sunrise and driving while impared. He is set to appear in court on August 26.
Kindle started 10 games for NC A&T last season, leading the Aggies to a 6-4 record in those games. He completed 119 of 214 passes for over 1,300 yards. Despite his winning record, he threw for just 3 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. The 6’2, 190 pound Atlanta product was suspended for the 2012 season opener against Coastal Carolina for a violation of team rules.
NC A&T opens up its season Sept. 7 in Boone, NC as it takes on Appalachian