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CU Backup Quarterback Sentenced To Community Service For Assault

BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4)– The University of Colorado’s backup quarterback will not spend time behind bars for an assault that left an Air Force Academy cadet unconscious.

Jordan Webb was sentenced to two years probation and community service for the May attack.

Police said 22-year-old Lee Bussey was knocked unconscious during a fight with former Buffaloes offensive lineman Alexander Lewis and Webb near the university that started after Lewis bumped into Bussey.

Bussey was disoriented and bleeding from his head when they found him seated, leaning against a garbage bin in an alley, according to a police report.

Webb was also ordered to receive alcohol treatment. He has not played with the Buffs this season because of an injury.

Lewis still faces charges of second-degree assault.


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