According to reports, Vanderbilt safety Andre Simmons was allegedly involved in an armed robbery of another student on Tuesday and will be suspended from the team until the completion of an investigation into the matter. WZTV in Nashville first reported that Simmons, 19, and another man barged into the alleged victim’s room and demanded money from a safe before one of the men hit the victim over the head with a gun and reportedly took $5,000. Vandy vice-chancellor David Williams said...

“We’re not sure what happened, but the alleged victim has filed charges against (Andre),” “The alleged activities are unacceptable to us and if Andre was, in fact, involved obviously we have a lot of concern with that. Andre is suspended from our program until the investigation is completed.”
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willeteal152 months

Gotta be either dealin dope or numbers
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BayouBengalsFan152 months
Exactly my thoughts when I read that.
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bulldog95152 months
student with $5,000 in a safe, hummmmm.
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