The curious case of Seantrel Henderson took another turn yesterday.

The curious case of Seantrel Henderson took another turn yesterday.

The University of Miami's starting right tackle missed his third consecutive practice and his whereabouts remained a mystery. Henderson was expected to miss just the first practice on Friday while attending a funeral in Minnesota.

But the former top recruit was still absent when the team took the field yesterday morning.

Henderson's current situation adds another chapter to his sometimes-turbulent Miami career. The 2009 USA Today national High School Player of the Year came to Miami with high hopes, but discipline and injury issues have limited his production.

• Pittsburgh offensive lineman Juantez Hollins has been suspended for the season because of a violation of team rules. He remains on the roster, however.

Hollins played in 13 games last year and started in seven.

• TCU coach Gary Patterson says starting quarterback Casey Pachall will not face team discipline after the junior admitted to police in February that he used marijuana and failed a drug test.

Patterson said Pachall has completed drug and alcohol counseling mandated by the university and no suspension will be handed down.