Husker quarterback Keller to appear in court
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Nebraska quarterback Sam Keller was set to appear Thursday in Lancaster County Court on a charge of disturbing the peace.
Campus police say they received a report last month of Keller yelling profanities at a woman in a campus parking garage after she apparently took a parking spot he was waiting for.
The woman told police Keller got out of his car, yelled and threw a plastic cup at her car.
University Police Captain Carl Oestmann said Keller then left the area, evidently looking for another parking spot.
Police later contacted Keller and ticketed him for disturbing the peace.
Re: Husker quarterback Keller to appear in court
What no alcohol involved? Here in Iowa all of the problems with student athletes atleast have alcohol involved. Unless there was beer in the cup and he was coming from a kegger.
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