2 CU Football Players Suspended After Pellet Gun Incident

BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4)– Two University of Colorado football players have been suspended after an incident involving a pellet gun.

A camera mounted on the dashboard of a Boulder Police cruiser captured part of the incident early Saturday.

Police said players in two cars were pulled over after one player pointed a pellet gun at another and a witness thought it was a real gun.

No arrests were made.

Coach John Embree has suspended Jeffrey Thomas and DaVaughn Thornton for the team’s opening games this season against Colorado State University and Sacramento State.


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