- OU junior safety Will Sunderland is facing a felony charge of 2nd degree burglary from an incident that happened on March 15th
- It's the second charge Sunderland is facing; on Wednesday morning he turned himself in for one count of receiving and concealing stolen property. The affidavit with that incident said on March 15th, Sunderland went to CDR Electronics in Oklahoma City and sold video game systems and accessories, that had been stolen, for almost $500 dollars. It also said those items Sunderland sold had been stolen on the OU campus, from the Headington Hall apartment of Sooners baseball players Brady Lindsly and Braden Minor. Sunderland bonded out after turning himself in
- On Monday, OU head football coach Lincoln Riley suspended Sunderland indefinitely
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