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Two UT Players Sent Home Before Alamo Bowl

(AP)

Texas has sent home backup quarterback Case McCoy and injured linebacker Jordan Hicks on the eve of the Alamo Bowl in San Antonio for violating team rules.

A person with knowledge of the suspensions has confirmed the players' names to The Associated Press, saying the players violated curfew.

In a previously scheduled news conference, Coach Mack Brown said yesterday that police are investigating two unidentified Texas players in an alleged sexual assault at a San Antonio hotel.

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