Jok has been suspended indefinitely after his second moped-related arrest this offseason, Yahoo! Sports reports.
Jok's moped mishaps began in April, when was charged with an OWI, an incident that resulted in his license being suspended. His latest arrest comes for driving his moped with that suspended license. Further, Jok reportedly also hasn't replaced the missing safety flag or improper lights on his moped. A 6-6 shooting guard, Jok is expected to play a larger role for Iowa now that Roy Devyn Marble has graduated, but his suspension could set him back in the early going of this season.