AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - An attorney for Texas linebacker Jordan Hicks says police will not file charges against his client after investigating a sexual assault allegation on the eve of the Alamo Bowl.
Austin attorney Perry Minton said Wednesday in a statement that San Antonio police informed him that no charges will be brought against Hicks ``or anyone else in this matter.'' Hicks and backup quarterback Case McCoy were suspended Dec. 28 in a move that followed a police investigation involving two unidentified students at a downtown hotel.
San Antonio police spokesman Matthew Porter said detectives were still reviewing the case and did not comment further.
Minton has previously said the conduct under investigation was consensual.

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