Texas Cowboys accept hazing suspension but it may end early, UT says
The Texas Cowboys accepted their suspension from campus on Friday following a University investigation that found evidence of hazing after student Nicky Cumberland sustained fatal injuries leaving an off-campus retreat— but the University may allow the Cowboys to serve a shortened sentence. Read this story
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