Colorado QB Jordan Webb charged with second-degree assault
Colorado quarterback Jordan Webb was charged Saturday with second-degree assault. Former Buffaloes lineman Alex Lewis was charged with two counts of harassment in connection with the same incident.
Lewis, who announced Friday that he is transferring to Nebraska, was also charged with two counts of harassment.
Webb, a rising senior, started most of last season for the Buffaloes, throwing for 1,434 yards and eight touchdowns with eight interceptions. He had surgery this past spring to repair a torn ACL and was hoping to return in the fall.
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