(USA Today Sports Images)These are not good times for Colorado quarterback Jordan Webb.
The Buffs' starter under center for much of the 2012 season is already in jeopardy of missing his entire senior season this fall after tearing an ACL in spring drills. Now he's trying to explain to coach Mike MacIntyre why he was part of a 3 a.m. incident with Nebraska offensive lineman Alexander Lewis, a former CU teammate, that got both arrested on suspicion of second degree assault after Lewis apparently knocked a man unconscious by throwing him into a brick wall and parking kiosk.
Lewis, who announced he was transferring to CU's old, bitter rival on Friday after playing two years for the Buffs, is also facing two counts of harassment.
Before we go any further we should point out that Lewis admitted to police he consumed six glasses of wine, 10 beers and six shots of various other alcohols that night celebrating a friend's graduation. The fact that Lewis wasn't unconscious from drinking so much before the fight ever happened is a marvel.
According to a report in the Daily Camera in Boulder, Webb and Lewis crossed paths with Lee Bussey, a 22-year-old student at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. Lewis and Bussey bumped into each other on the street and things escalated from there.
Witnesses told police that both players punched Bussey, but Lewis pushed him into a brick wall several times and into a parking kiosk, which knocked him unconscious. Considering Webb underwent a
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