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NCCU football coach Henry Frazier suspended after arrest


Henry Frazier III, head football coach at NC Central University, was suspended from his job Tuesday, a day after he was arrested on a charge of violating a domestic violence protective order. His court date is set for September 30. Frazier will be paid by the university, the school said in a statement, "while the matter is being investigated by legal authorities." It is the second suspension for Frazier, who took over Central's football program in December 2010. (WRAL Sports Fan)

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