Missouri sophomore defensive end Tre Williams was arrested Sunday morning on suspicion of second-degree domestic assault. MU Tigers football coach Barry Odom has suspended him indefinitely.
Deshon Wilson has been suspended indefinitely from the Oregon State football program while the situation is under investigation, according to a university spokesperson.
Lere Oladipo booked on preliminary charge of domestic battery. Per information obtained from University of Illinois police department spokesman Patrick Wade, Oladipo, 20, was arrested at 1:03 a.m. Sunday in a University of Illinois parking lot in the 100 block of East Peabody Drive.
Police initially were called by someone who heard a woman screaming and observed a man, later identified as Oladipo, forcing her into a car. The arriving officers observed that the woman had a minor injury to her lip. Oladipo was then arrested and taken to the Champaign County Jail.
Izaia Bullock, 22, a former Rutgers football player, was charged Tuesday with two counts of attempted murder, a first-degree crime, and two counts of conspiracy to commit murder, also a first-degree crime.
Kansas State linebacker DaQuan Patton was arrested for failure to appear in Manhattan on Sunday. The charge stemmed from an unpaid speeding ticket. Patton ranks second on the Wildcats’ defense with 49 tackles.
TCU wide receiver and return man KaVonate Turpin is suspended for this week’s game at Kansas following his arrest for assault of a family.
East Carolina’s depth on defense took another hit when freshman Dorian Hardy, a reserve end, along with running back Tay Williams were arrested for resisting a public officer this week. They will not be active for the game against Temple, a team spokesman confirmed Wednesday night, but were not dismissed from the team.
Hardy, who has played in two out of four games and has one tackle, was removed from the travel roster for this weekend. Williams has not played this year and was already not on the travel roster.
Head coach Scottie Montgomery said Tuesday that reserve defensive backs Tim Irvin (conduct detrimental to the team) and Keyshawn Canady (seeking transfer) were no longer with the Pirates.
Hardy, an Elizabeth, N.J., native, was a highly touted prospect and verbally committed to Penn State before his recruitment got sidetracked when he reportedly was involved in a fight at Paramus (N.J.) Catholic High School. He signed with the Pirates in February.