EAST LANSING, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – Seven Michigan State University football players have been charged in connection with an altercation in the tunnel of Michigan Stadium on October 29.
The Washtenaw County Prosecutor’s Office issued this statement on the players and their charges. Khary Crump is the only player to be charged with a felony; the rest are facing misdemeanor charges.
Khary Crump, red-shirt sophomore CB (one count of felonious assault)
Itayvion Brown, red-shirt sophomore LB (one count of aggravated assault)
Angelo Grose, junior safety (one count of aggravated assault)
Justin White, red-shirt junior CB (one count of aggravated assault)
Brandon Wright, senior DE (one count of aggravated assault)
Zion Young, freshman DE (one count of aggravated assault)
Jacoby Windmon, senior LB/DE (one count of assault & battery)
The day after the incident, the MSU team suspended Brown, Crump, Grose, and Young indefinitely.
At a press conference the following day, Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh said he expected charges.