Texas Longhorns Case McCoy and Jordan Hicks sent home from Alamo Bowl
Multiple sources including Hookem.com and ESPN are reporting that Longhorn football players Case McCoy and Jordan Hicks have been suspended from the Alamo Bowl for violating team rules.
Both juniors are recognized leaders of the football team. McCoy, the brother of Texas legend Colt McCoy and the starting quarterback for the Kansas State game, had been named the backup quarterback for the Alamo Bowl. Hicks, a starting linebacker, has missed most of the season due to injury and was not slated to play.
Their suspensions come with a cloud of suspicion after KENS-TV in San Antonio reported that San Antonio police were investigating two Texas football players accused of sexual assaulting a 21-year-old woman.
According to the report, the woman met two Texas football players during a night of partying and invited them back to her hotel room around 2 am Friday. She later filed sexual assault complaints against them. No charges have been made yet.
Neither Mack Brown nor the San Antonio Police has named young men in question, but the descriptions in the police report match those of McCoy and Hicks.