Ten Bison football players plead guilty to voter fraud, only one is suspended for a gameFargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- 10-current Bison football players pleaded guilty to voter fraud today, and have been sentenced.
By: Dom Izzo, WDAY
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- 10-current Bison football players pleaded guilty to voter fraud today, and have been sentenced.
The players, all represented by defense attorney Bruce Quick, made their first court appearance today.
The 10 are: Lucas Albers, Aireal Boyd, Josh Colville, Demitrius Gray, Sam Ojuri, Brendin Pierre, Antonio Rogers, Bryan Sheperd, C-J Smith and Marcus Williams.
The judge sentenced the players to 360-days of unsupervised probation, a 300-dollar legislative fee, 50-hours of community service and a 25-dollar community service fee.
If the players complete their probation without getting in trouble again, the charge will be wiped from their record.
3 former players charged, D-J McNorton, Don Carter and Josh Gatlin had their court appearances re-scheduled to Thursday,
NDSU president Dean Bresciani, Head Coach Craig Bohl
and Athletic Director Gene Taylor have called a 7:30 press conference tonight to respond.