Starting cornerback Rashard Robinson and freshman receiver Malachi Dupre did not make the trip to Houston for LSU’s game against Wisconsin, sources confirmed with The Advocate on Friday.

Dupre suffered an ankle injury in practice this week, and Robinson has been at least temporarily suspended, multiple sources confirmed.

The Daily Reveille first reported the news on Robinson.

LSU coach Les Miles will not comment on the reports until after Saturday’s game, team spokesman Michael Bonnette said. Miles was expected to have an interview availability with the media Friday when the team arrived at NRG Stadium. That was canceled Friday afternoon.

Robinson and Dupre were not seen entering LSU’s team hotel Friday in Houston.

The news on Robinson doesn’t come as a real shock. He has been practicing with the second-string for much, if not all, of preseason practice. Junior cornerback Jalen Collins is set to assume Robinson’s starting role opposite Tre’Davious White. He’s been practicing with the first string during August drills.

LSU departed for Houston on a charter jet at 1:30 p.m. The team arrived at NRG Stadium for a walk-through Friday afternoon. The No. 13 Tigers and No. 14 Badgers meet on ESPN at 8:10 p.m. Saturday.