P.J. Hairston's repeated automotive legal troubles have landed him in trouble with his school too. The University of North Carolina announced Sunday night that it was suspending the junior guard indefinitely hours after Hairston received a citation alleging careless and reckless driving near Salisbury N.C. USA Today Sports reported that Hairston the Tar Heels' leading scorer was cited for driving 93 mph in 65 mph zone. A court date was set for Aug. 30 in Rowan County N.C.