ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Case McCoy, Colt McCoy’s brother, and Jordan Hicks were listed in two Alamo Bowl suspensions Friday. Alamo Bowl suspensions announced by head coach Mack Brown Friday involved two University of Texas football players. But Brown did not identify the players. A subsequent report by the Washington Post identified the students as Colt McCoy’s younger brother, Case, and Jordan Hicks.
Case McCoy has yet to comment to news about the suspension and the related allegations. San Antonio police officers confirm that they responded to a female on Friday claiming that she was allegedly assaulted by two players. She claims that she met the two players a local club on Thursday night but that she allegedly already knew one of them. She claims that three were drinking before they went to a Holiday Inn hotel bar. She told police that she allegedly invited both men back to her hotel room.
But shortly before 3 am, police responded to the to the Holiday Inn Riverwalk located on North St. Mary’s Street. There the female told police that she had allegedly been assaulted by both males.
No arrests have occurred. A police report was taken. In the report, the female was listed as smelling strongly of alcohol when questioned by investigators.
San Antonio police tell KENS5 San Antonio that “two Texas players are at the center of a s-xual assault investigation. Their names have not been released since no arrests have been made and no charges have been filed.”
Brown would not identify the students. But Brown said that the men were sent home because they violated team rules. “This has been reported: We had a couple young men that broke team rules last night. They have been suspended from the team and they will be sent home,” Brown said in a news statement. “They will not be available for the game and I will not address any more questions in that matter.” For more, click HERE and HERE.