Kendall Sanders (pictured) and Montrel Meander were suspended indefinitely.
Austin, TX (Sports Network) -
Two University of Texas wide receivers were arrested Thursday and charged with with felony sexual assault.
Texas coach Charlie Strong said in a statement that Kendall Sanders and Montrel Meander were suspended indefinitely and would no longer be participating in any team functions.
Sanders and Meander were both charged with second-degree felony sexual assault after they were accused of raping a woman last month inside a university dorm room.
Next up in the MAC
Brandon Lawrence, Associate College Football Editor
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) -
Excitement surrounding Mid-American Conference football was at an all-time high last season.
With a player like Buffalo's Khalil Mack firmly entrenched near the top of the draft, the conference name was once again thrown around early, following a 2013 that saw Central Michigan offensive tackle Eric Fisher go first overall to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Mack was a transformative player at UB, who ended up there because of a coaching shift. The former coach at Liberty (Robert Wimberly) made the switch to Buffalo, where Mack followed and became a staple for not just the Buffalo athletic department, but the conference as a whole.