AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - An attorney representing one of the two Texas football players suspended before the Alamo Bowl says a sexual assault allegation against his client is ``completely false.''
Perry Minton says in a written statement that linebacker Jordan Hicks ``vehemently asserts'' that the conduct under investigation by San Antonio police was ``consensual by everyone involved.''
Texas coach Mack Brown suspended two unidentified players last Friday. The suspensions followed a San Antonio television station's report that police were investigating two UT players - also unnamed - for alleged sexual assault.
A person with knowledge of the suspensions told The Associated Press that Hicks and quarterback Case McCoy were the players.
A police report says a 21-year-old woman accused two unnamed students of assaulting her early Friday morning at a downtown hotel.

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