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Thirteen of the 20 Alcorn State football players arrested in connection with an April 10 fight on campus had charges against them dropped or dismissed. The other seven were found guilty of simple assault and ordered to pay fines of $100, with half that total suspended.
A University of Kansas football player allegedly threatened to shoot his girlfriend while holding a loaded gun, according to a newly released court document, leading to his arrest and dismissal from the team.
Two University of Florida football players, one of whom was already suspended for the team’s opener against Michigan, were cited this week for having marijuana in their on-campus apartment, a UF Police report says.
Ventrell Miller and James Robinson were charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana on Monday.
Kansas Jayhawks linebacker Maciah A. Long was dismissed from the football team after he allegedly threatened a woman with a handgun and was arrested Sunday. Long, 19, was charged Monday with aggravated assault with use of a deadly weapon, a felony, and two misdemeanors, criminal damage to property and marijuana possession. According to Douglas County District Court documents, Long is also alleged to have damaged or destroyed the woman’s television.