SEE REPORT: Police documents detail on-campus confrontation between UF football players, reported gambler: Witness reported seeing 10 people arguing and saw "weapons resembling assault rifles." https://t.co/u1SgEYr6VS pic.twitter.com/FF7qBQfAXR— First Coast News (@FCN2go) July 26, 2018
The Florida football program appears to spending its offseason wisely.
And by wisely, I mean a handful of players may have found themselves in hot water after breaking out air-soft guns and a frying pan during an on-campus incident with a Gainesville gambler known has "Tay Bang."
First Coast News, who reported the incident, has some incredible details on the confrontation. Below are just a few:
The football players initially denied having any involvement with the incident, according to the report. While searching for evidence, police didn’t find any bullets. However they did find a frying pan that, according to the report, was seen on camera being used by one of the athletes during the confrontation.
Wide receiver Kadarius Toney and defensive tackle Kyree Campbell were recommended to UF’s Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution department for an “incident by holding and pointing what appears to be assault rifles (later determined to be airsoft rifles) at other individuals on campus,” the report states.
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