Colorado State Football 2012: 3 Rams Charged With Disorderly Conduct

Trevor Hughes of the Coloradoan is reporting that three members of the Colorado St. Rams football team have been suspended indefinitely for their roles in an off-campus fight that left two CSU students badly beaten.


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Hughes reports that DE Nordly Capi, LB Mike Orakpo and DE Colton Paulhus engaged in a brawl with CSU student Donny Gocha and eventually his friend John "JD" Haley, who tried to protect his friend, Gocha. The three players apparently shared an argument with Gocha before exiting their SUV and engaging him physically.

Gocha and the three players were given disorderly conduct charges from the Fort Collins Police Department, while the Rams head coach, Jim McElwain, called the players' behavior "unacceptable."

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation Denver. For more coverage of CSU football, head over to Mountain West Connection. And for more from around the world of college football, visit SB Nation's NCAA football news hub.

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