Three days after setting a freshman passing record, starting Nevada quarterback David Neill was suspended following his arrest on felony charges of fraudulent use of a telephone credit card.
Also arrested were wide receivers Mark Marcos and Chris Haagenson. The school's athletic department rules require that they be suspended until the case is resolved.
Marcos is Neill's roommate and is charged with grand larceny, sale or purchase of someone else's credit card and possession of stolen property. He was jailed under $8,500 bail.
Haagenson was jailed under $6,000 bail on charges of grand larceny and fraudulent use of a credit card.
Neill is charged with obtaining telephone service without payment and fraudulent use of a credit card.
Marcos and Haagenson are not playing this season, but the loss of Neill will hurt the team. He set a major college freshman passing record of 611 yards last Saturday against New Mexico State.
Erik Stidham will start Saturday's game at North Texas.
Neill told KOLO-TV he mistakenly used the wrong card in making a phone call.
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