In a release issued by the school, Self didn't reveal what Taylor was alleged to have done wrong.
"Although we are disappointed in Tyshawn, he will remain a member of our team and practice with our team until he is reinstated for competition," Self said.
The suspension raised questions about whether second-ranked Kansas still has the firepower to compete for a national title.
Taylor played a key role on the team, starting all but one of the Jayhawks' 27 games while averaging 8.8 points with 4.7 assists per contest.
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