Case McCoy, Jordan Hicks reportedly the Texas players suspended from Alamo Bowl

Darren Carroll

According to one report, we now know the names of two Texas Longhorns players who were sent home from the team's bowl game.

Quarterback Case McCoy and linebacker Jordan Hicks have reportedly been suspended by Texas ahead of its Alamo Bowl against Oregon State, according to 247 Sports' Bobby Burton. This report comes after news broke Friday morning that two unnamed Texas players are being investigated due to a sexual assault claim and after Mack Brown announced two unnamed players had been sent home.

The description of those two players, via the police report:

#1= black male age 20, 6'2" and 235 pounds. Bald. Medium build. #2= white male, age 21, 6'0" and 180 pounds. Brown collar length hair. Green eyes.

Those descriptions would come close to those listed for the players being reported by 247 Sports, though McCoy is listed by Texas as being 6'2 and 200 pounds.

Neither player has been charged and arrested, if indeed these are the correct names. At this point, they've only been questioned.

McCoy is usually Texas' backup quarterback and is the brother of Longhorns great Colt McCoy. The junior has played in eight games this year. Hicks, also a junior, has played sporadically since recording tackles in Texas' first three games of the year.

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