Tuesday brought great news for the Kentucky football program. A grand jury decided not to indict six Kentucky soccer players involved in a fraternity party incident in August. Andru Phillips, Earnest Sanders, Joel Williams, JuTahn McClain, RJ Adams and Vito Tisdale were shutout and are authorized back to training.
Head coach Mark Stoops made a brief comment after Tuesday’s practice.
“We have remained loyal to our players. We believed in them and we believed that at the end of this process they would be exonerated, and they were. “
I just want to continue here and thank the Lord, my family / friends and everyone who has been there with me during this whole situation. Today, my fabricated charges have finally been dropped, and there is nothing I can do but thank the Lord. It’s time to get back to work !! #BBN
– dru (@AndruPhillips) September 28, 2021
The six players were not available for comment, but a couple have expressed their opinion on social media.
Six players have missed team activities for 13 weeks because they were wrongly accused. Fortunately, they were well represented and the truth was revealed, otherwise who knows what their situation might look like. You will find full details of the charges that were dropped as well as the chargers that were confirmed on Tuesday on this link.
Click on the link for responses from the players themselves.
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