Utah freshman Justin Seymour's suspension was a one-game thing, Larry Krystkowiak said.
"He made a mistake last night and we will move forward," Krystkowiak said.
Seymour is expected to practice on Monday, and will do so with some extra conditioning. He was missed in the Utah lineup against Oregon as an extra ball-handler who had the ability to rebound and make shots.
The freshman from Georgia has been playing more lately. Krystkowiak said his transgression wasn't serious, labeling it as a simple mistake.
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