LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP)—
He said at a news conference Saturday he had inadvertently taken a banned substance that turned up positive during a random NCAA test in February. An appeal was denied, in effect ending his college football career.
Jarmon did not identify the substance or say where he got it. He took no questions.
Jarmon has the third-most sacks in Kentucky history. He was an honorable mention on last season’s AP All-Southeastern Conference Team.