And it’s Colorado State that gets the “honor” this time around of resetting the “Days Without An Arrest” ticker back to double zeroes.
According to The Coloradoan, linebacker Hunter Donnelly was arrested by university police officers Wednesday for violating a restraining order. “A domestic violence enhancement was added to the charge,” the paper added.
No details of what led to the initial restraining order or the violation of it were released. Additionally, the paper noted, “Donnelly could face additional discipline from the university pending a review by the school’s Student Resolution Center.”
As a result, the redshirt freshman has been suspended from all team activities by CSU head coach Mike Bobo. That includes this weekend’s spring football game.
Donnelly was a three-star member of CSU’s 2016 recruiting class. Only three Rams signees on the defensive side of the ball that year were rated higher than the Arlington, Tex., product. He took a redshirt his true freshman season.