MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) - Two West Virginia football players have been charged with battery stemming from a fight at a Morgantown bar in October.
Tight end Maxwell Anderson, 21, and 21-year-old Jeremy Kash, the starting holder on special teams, are to be arraigned on the misdemeanor charge Dec. 3 in Morgantown Municipal Court.
Police Sgt. Harold Sperringer says the fight inside the bar took place on Oct. 25. A complaint was filed with police by those saying they'd been attacked by the players.
WVU coach Bill Stewart says he hasn't made a decision on disciplining the players, according to The Dominion Post.

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