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Case closed: No charges to be filed against UT’s McCoy, Hicks

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And this time, we think they mean it.

According to the San Antonio Express-News, Texas football players Case McCoy and Jordan Hicks will not be charged following a San Antonio Police Department  investigation into an alleged sexual assault.  The alleged assault took place the day before the Longhorns’ appearance in the Alamo Bowl.

The decision to close the case comes two weeks after the lawyers for both players publicly proclaimed it to be closed, while the SAPD stated a short time later the case was still open and active.

The quarterback McCoy and linebacker Hicks were both suspended for the bowl game and sent home after the SAPD confirmed two UT football players were the subject of an investigation.  In mid-January, head coach Mack Brown announced that both had been reinstated to the team.

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10 Responses to “Case closed: No charges to be filed against UT’s McCoy, Hicks”
  1. 13datsyuk13 says: Jan 23, 2013 7:48 PM

    It was the Alamo Bowl not the Sun Bowl.

  2. deucez2 says: Jan 23, 2013 8:23 PM

    Before the anti-Texas crew shows up and starts claiming people were paid off or this is a cover up, know this: there was a video shot by one of the two which the girl may/may not have known about during the act. After the “act” she realized a video existed and freaked out. She called the cops, they examined the evidence and found everything except the recording to be consenting.

  3. 13datsyuk13 says: Jan 23, 2013 8:57 PM

    Case was the camera man?

  4. lottsmissingfinger says: Jan 23, 2013 9:10 PM

    Good thing creepiness isn’t illegal. Makes the skin crawl.

  5. goodfieldnohit says: Jan 24, 2013 12:09 AM

    Yes, Case McDerp was the camera man.

    Rumor is he also has video of Manti having sex with his girlfriend.

  6. Travis Normand says: Jan 24, 2013 11:09 AM

    If there was a video, and if it was used as evidence, it would have been reported.

    Otherwise, the video is an “urban myth” that allows longhorn fans to feel better about themselves.

  7. Travis Normand says: Jan 24, 2013 11:11 AM

    Reblogged this on OnePointSafety and commented:
    by Travis Normand

    I will always wonder what the full story on this was.

  8. mogogo1 says: Jan 24, 2013 11:40 AM

    Travis Normand says:

    I will always wonder what the full story on this was.

    Not all that complicated. Girl has a few drinks and invites two guys back to her hotel room at 2:00 a.m. (You think the plan was to play Scrabble?) Then she feels guilty about it afterwards.

    The only part I don’t get is how it took this long to close the case. It sounded like there was never any actual evidence to truly open a case, let alone keep it alive for this long.

  9. guinsrule says: Jan 24, 2013 11:41 AM

    It’s unfortunate in these cases, that the men involved, who did nothing wrong, have their reputations forever tainted, while the women who make false accusations stay anonymous.

  10. barbarastanley says: Jan 24, 2013 8:36 PM

    That’s the price guys pay when their other brains over-rule the one in their heads and two of them take a drunk female to a hotel room. If you ride the wave, you gotta know it crashes eventually. Besides, we weren’t there, we don’t know what happened.

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