The University of Oregon football player accused of breaking into a stranger's home in a "confused and disoriented" state early Sunday morning is expected to change his plea and face sentencing Friday.
By entering guilty pleas on Friday, Jeremiah Masoli and Garrett Embry ended months of speculation about what happened at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon house in January -- and made available to the public for the first time the 911 call from the victim who...
University of Oregon quarterback Jeremiah Masoli and former Duck football player Garrett Embry appeared in court Friday and pleaded guilty to misdemeanor counts of burglary in a plea deal. The two had faced felony charges.
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University of Oregon head coach Chip Kelly faced the press Friday, saying "we have had three incidents, and I think one is too many." Kelly said he waited to speak to the press until Friday because he hadn't spoke to LaMichael James until Thursday night.
After pleading not guilty Wednesday to charges of strangulation, fourth degree assault and menacing, Duck football star LaMichael James was released from jail Thursday afternoon and must wear an electronic surveillance bracelet.