Four members of the Western Kentucky football team are facing felony charges from an incident dating back to March.
The players — running back Quinton Baker, wideout Xavier Lane, linebacker Tyler Obee and defensive lineman Cecil Stallings — are facing assault charges for a frat house brawl that was captured on video obtained by TMZ.
The charge, “first degree complicity to wanton endangerment”, is a felony in Kentucky. The charge carries a sentence of up to six years in prison.
Two other players, defensive lineman Christopher Johnson and wide receiver Jachour Pearson, are facing a separate misdemeanor charge. Former Western Kentucky player Andrew O’Bryan is also facing misdemeanor charges.
According to Yahoo, all six players have been suspended indefinitely.