Two unidentified Ohio State football players are being investigated by the school's police department for rape, according to a 10tv.com report.
The station withheld their names since they haven't been formally charged.
The alleged victim, an 18-year-old student, told investigators that the rape occurred Oct. 20, hours after the Buckeyes beat Purdue. She said she was "fooling around" with one player in a dorm room when another player entered and said, "Let me get in on this."
The report said: "The other player started touching her and made her to perform a sex act on him. She told investigators that she pushed him away and left."
When interviewed last month, one of the accused players offered a different version of the events. Ohio State confirmed to 10tv.com that an investigation is being conducted but declined further comment.
--Geno Smith had just finished his Pro Day performance Thursday at West Virginia, a rather impressive throwing performance that could only enhance his position as the No. 1 quarterback in the draft, when he headed off like the aspiring professional he is for his next important appointment.
The Jacksonville Jaguars, who hold the No. 2 selection behind the Kansas City Chiefs in the draft, wanted to meet with him. Smith held a long, in-depth session with first-year Jaguars coach Gus Bradley, who was part of a large Jacksonville contingent that included team president Mark Lamping.
Smith completed 60 of 64 passes. Former quarterback Ron Jaworski said, "Anyone who watched this workout today understands this guy is a top-10 pick."
The Charlotte Bobcats signed guard Jannero Pargo to a 10-day contract, president of basketball operations Rod Higgins announced.
Pargo is in his ninth NBA season and averaged 6.4 points, 2.0 assists and 1.5 rebounds in 443 games with the Los Angeles Lakers, Toronto Raptors, Chicago Bulls, Charlotte Hornets, Atlanta Hawks and Washington Wizards.
Pargo has played in 14 games this season, seven each with the Wizards and Hawks.