Texas Suspension of Case McCoy and Jordan Hicks about Much More Than Curfew
From Bleacher Report - Front Page
December 28, 2012 - 11:13pm
When the news first broke that Texas had suspended quarterback Case McCoy and linebacker Jordan Hicks for a curfew violation (via ESPN), that didn't sound right to me. After all, college football players have done much worse things than failing to find their bed at a late hour. So the news that two Texas players are being investigated on sexual assault allegations now sheds much more light on the subject and brings the suspension into clearer focus. Granted, no one is officially saying that the two players being investigated are McCoy and Hicks, but you do the math. If true, sexual assault is, of course, a much more serious charge than a simple curfew violation and would warrant almost any coach to take whatever precautions he needs to in order to maintain a posture of cooperation with the law. I just don't believe a coach like Mack Brown would suspend playe...
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