NORMAN — Sophomore wide receiver Jaz Reynolds has been suspended indefinitely from the Oklahoma football team for comments he made on his Twitter account on Tuesday. Shortly after a gunman opened fire in the University of Texas library before taking his own life, Reynolds tweeted “Hey everyone in Austin, tx.......kill yourself #evillaugh.” Then, Reynolds tweeted “Everyone in austin, tx disregard that last tweet....y'all will mess around n do it lmao.” The campus shooting Tuesday morning led to a several hours of lockdown on campus, with students remaining in their classrooms until being cleared to leave. Police said the shooter, a Texas student armed with an AK-47, took his own life at the Perry-Castaneda Library, just a couple of blocks from Royal-Memorial Stadium. No one else was injured although several shots were fired. Classes were canceled for the remainder of the day. In reaction to Reynolds’ comments, coach Bob Stoops issued the following statement Wednesday: "Because of his insensitive remarks on Twitter relative to Tuesday's tragedy in Austin, we have suspended Jaz Reynolds from our team indefinitely. Our rivalry with Texas will not come at the expense of dignity and respect. We have great concern for what happened in Austin and I am incredibly disappointed that someone connected with our team would react so callously. We have taken immediate action and I hope by doing so have illustrated how seriously we view this matter." Reynolds was also suspended for the Air Force game due to academic issues. The Sooners had high hopes for Reynolds going into the season, after he finished last year with 13 catches for 256 yards. But in the preseason, Reynolds fell out of the two-deep, and has yet to step on the field so far this season. OU and Texas play Saturday at 2:30 p.m.