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Brandon Collins, WR

School: Southeastern Louisiana  |  Conference: LAND
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Brenham, TX
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 183 lbs.
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01/03/2010 - Texas receiver Brandon Collins, who was academically ineligible this season, has been kicked off the team following his arrest. Longhorns coach Mack Brown announced the decision Sunday, a day after Collins was arrested in the Austin suburb of Pflugerville (FLEW'-ger-ville). Pflugerville police Assistant Chief Jim McLean confirmed the arrest but had no further details. Collins was declared academically ineligible by the NCAA because of insufficient progress toward his degree. The junior was in good academic standing at Texas and allowed to continue practicing. He didn't make the trip to the BCS championship game in Pasadena, Calif. No. 2 Texas plays top-ranked Alabama at the Rose Bowl on Thursday night. - AP Sports

09/30/2009 - Texas wide receiver Brandon Collins and defensive back Christian Scott have been ruled academically ineligible by the NCAA and will miss the 2009 season. Neither has played this season for the second-ranked Longhorns. Texas officials announced the decision Tuesday night. Both players are enrolled in classes and are in good academic standing with the school, but must make progress toward their degree. They will be allowed to continue practicing with the team. Both will have two years of eligibility remaining. Collins, a junior, has played in 19 games. Scott, a sophomore who was competing for a starting job at safety in the preseason, played in all 13 games last season as a redshirt freshman. - AP Sports

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