BOISE, Idaho (AP) Boise State quarterback Ryan Dinwiddie was suspended for Saturday”s game against Central Michigan, and police were investigating why he was found unconscious in an idling car.

Paramedics took Dinwiddie to Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center, where he was treated and released, police said. The sophomore was not arrested or charged with a crime.

Boise State coach Dan Hawkins suspended Dinwiddie from the team”s last regular-season game. Dinwiddie is ranked fourth in the nation in passing efficiency.

“He”s been suspended because he broke team rules and we”re going to leave it at that,” Hawkins said.

Dinwiddie was not available for comment.

Police said an officer was called to an intersection just before midnight Wednesday after witnesses saw Dinwiddie slumped over in the driver”s seat. He was unconscious when police arrived.

A urine test at the hospital will be checked to see if the player was under the influence of alcohol or any substances, Boise Police Lt. Dan Miller said.

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