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Anybody remember him? He was a stud 5 star LB from Lakota West a few years back.
First there was the attached story about Texas players being charged with assault after ending the night in a girls hotel room. Now it is being reported Hicks and Case McCoy have been sent home.
If 2+2=4 it sounds like Hicks might be in some trouble depending on how serious the allegations are.
With the Alamo Bowl against Oregon State kicking off tomorrow evening, the last thing Texas needs is an off-the-field distraction. Unfortunately for the Longhorns, thatre getting.
This is how you can tell Mack is in some trouble. There things are not being pushed under the rug right now.
Jordon Hicks hasn't played since early in the season and I am not sure he would have played in the bowl so the question is why the heck did they take him on the trip?
Lou Holtz was on ESPN and said he never took a player who wasn't going to dress. His experience is those are the guys who have too much time on thier hands and are there to have a good time.
This might be the straw that breaks Brown's back.
No charges have been filed as of right now. NO where in the police report does it say she was forced or she ever asked him to stop. She said she was embarrassed. There is a reason no charges have been filed yet.
Jordan is a GREAT kid I just can't believe he would ever do anything like she is saying he did.
Lets let all the facts come out before passing judgement on anyone.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Tim Adams 16 months ago
Finger slip gave you an upvote. Not that there is anything wrong with it, but not a post that would normally generate an upvote.
I live in Lakota west area and from people that I know that know Jordan very well, he is a pretty good kid and pretty intelligent as well. I hope all the fuss is for nothing.
wow really im going to try to get in touch with him, we were pretty good friends back in high school. Ill see what he says
If you were good friends back in the day I would hope you keep any conversation you have with him off the internet.
yeah i wont be posting anything he says, that would be disrespectful of course
This post was edited by uctuba 16 months ago
i will say this, i would NEVER see jordan doing this. He was such a great guy and made everyone feel amazing no matter who you were. He was on of the few who never stopped smiling and was always encouraging people and never putting them down. Me being one of those people. Honestly i do not think anything will come of this, the guy is just too nice to do anything like that
I've personally known Jordan since he was in the 6th grade and I can say without any doubt in my mind these charges or allegations against him will be proven to be false. I can guarantee you without knowing any of the details this is a case of someone unfortunately disparaging an athlete for some reason.
Yes: either attention, $$$, or remorse perhaps.
There were two players involved not just Hicks.
Personal experience with Jordon Hicks set aside, you don't get yourself in these perdicaments without playing it a little loose.
The truth will eventually come out but it almost always reveals poor judgement and morals on both parties. These players didn't get sent home for no reason; they broke team rules. Let's not white wash this issue and automatically lay blame with the female.
We ought to lock this topic. He has nothing to do with UC and even if though he is from Lakota, who cares? Only thing is to discuss rumors about sex which does nothing except hurt a kids reputation. Let it play out as it will and move on to UC sports and our future
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