Three University of Idaho players were suspended from the team indefinitely after being charged with misdemeanor battery following a fight at a Moscow party over the weekend.
...the dispute started when a resident of where the party was being held tried to get the three players to leave. That is when the resident told police the three men attacked him, causing minor cuts to his face and head, according to reports.
It was the most fight any Vandals had shown all year.
In a departure from his coaching philosophy, Robb Akey acted quickly in handing down suspensions to freshman safety Shelton Miles, senior cornerback Breyon Williams, and sophomore wide receiver Dewey Hale. Miles and Williams have seen significant playing time in the Idaho secondary, and their suspension does not bode well for the Vandals' next game against Boise State.
"I have been aware since early Sunday morning that there was a situation that required my attention,'' Akey said in a prepared statement. "I, as well as the Moscow Police Department, have investigated the situation and as a result three individuals have been suspended indefinitely from the team.
Robb Akey, private eye? We had no idea that Akey held his own investigations, but now that you mention it, we can kind of picture it happening:
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