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Kansas has played its last three games without big man Carlton Bragg because of a misdemeanor charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. The sophomore will be able to travel with the team on Monday night to “The Little Apple” to play Kansas State.

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The charge against him will be dismissed in six months under the assumption that he doesn’t violate any more laws during that time. If he breaks the agreement, the city of Lawrence will start prosecution for the drug charge.

[h/t KAKE]

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