Monday, December 31, 2012
Maybe made up?
Longhorn player's lawyer says claims of sex assault false
By mike Finger - Express-News
AUSTIN — An attorney representing suspended University of Texas linebacker Jordan Hicks said Sunday that any sexual assault allegations involving his client are “completely false.”
Austin lawyer Perry Minton released a statement saying Hicks is “devastated” over the incident that led to him and teammate Case McCoy being sent home from San Antonio before the Longhorns' Valero Alamo Bowl victory Saturday.
On Friday morning, UT announced the suspensions of two unnamed players for violating team rules. Two sources close to the program confirmed those players were Hicks, an injured linebacker, and McCoy, a backup quarterback.
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