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Two Texas football players have been charged with sexual assault in a case in which the facts are “confusing”, the Austin American-Statesman reported Thursday.
Junior receiver Kendall Sanders and redshirt freshman receiver Montrel Meander have not been arrested for the incident that occurred June 21. Sanders also is charged with improper photography. The sexual assault is a second degree felony.
Sources told the American-Statesman that the two players met the alleged victim and went to Meander’s San Jacinto dorm room on campus and the three had consensual sex.
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The improper photography charge comes from Sanders attempting to record what was happening on his cellphone.
After the three had sex, according to the American-Statesman, the players thought everything was OK and when a female knocked on the door to question if everything was OK, the alleged victim acknowledged.
But a sexual assault was reported at 3:43 a.m., according to University of Texas Police.
Texas officials have been aware of the incident since it was reported June 22.
EDMOND, Oklahoma – Former Oklahoma State football player Justin Blackmon was arrested for the possession of marijuana Wednesday night in Edmond.
According to Edmond police, Blackmon was stopped for a traffic violation at Edmond Road and Kelley. Officers said they could smell an odor of marijuana coming from inside the car.
After a search, police said they found marijuana and Blackmon was taken into custody.
Blackmon was also issued a citation for the traffic violation. Edmond police did not say how much marijuana was discovered in the vehicle.
In June, 2012, Blackmon was arrested in Stillwater for driving under the influence of alcohol. In 2010, he was also arrested for DUI in Texas.
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NORMAN — Oklahoma defensive tackle Jordan Phillips received a medical hardship following the back surgery that cost him most of last season.
Phillips, from Towanda, Kan., is listed as a redshirt sophomore on the team’s official roster, and OU spokesman Pete Moris confirmed that Phillips received the hardship from the Big 12 Conference.