You could probably guess who, but Paula Lavigne of ESPN reported that University of Nebraska’s investigator found that both Katerian LeGrone and Andre Hunt had violated the school’s sexual misconduct policy and have thus been both expelled. As reported in the article:
In a letter obtained by ESPN, the university conduct board said the expulsion of two unnamed respondents was effective April 3. A university spokeswoman confirmed Monday that the players involved were redshirt freshmen Katerian LeGrone and Andre Hunt.
The March 25 letter states that the board “considered the seriousness of this incident and modified the previously proposed sanction.” The school’s investigator previously recommended a two-and-a-half-year suspension when she issued her finding in December. Expulsion means the two men are not allowed on campus and are permanently terminated as students, according to the letter.
Toward the end of the article Paula Lavigne drops this little tidbit of information:
Hunt and LeGrone have been named in several additional police reports of alleged sex offenses filed with Lincoln police since news of the university’s findings in the August case became public, according to records obtained by ESPN and a source familiar with those records. The alleged offenses occurred between August 2018 and April 2019. Charges have not been filed in any of them, according to the records.
I guess most professionals would write a few paragraphs about what Andre Hunt or Katerian LeGrone would have meant to the 2019 Nebraska football team.