Brandon Davies was dismissed from BYU’s basketball team after he admitted to having consentual sexual relations with his girlfriend, the Salt Lake Tribune reported.
BYU’s honor code forbids students from having premarital sex and instructs them to “live a chaste and virtuous life.”
The newspaper reported that Davies met with school officials on Monday.
BYU officials would only confirm Wednesday that Davies wasn’t involved in anything criminal that resulted in his dismissal from the team.
University spokeswoman Carri Jenkins said an honor code review is under way to determine if the BYU sophomore will be allowed to remain in school, as well as his status with the team next season.
Male American college basketball players are known for their integrity and must have been led astray by an evil succubus demon whore for something like pre-marital sex to have occurred. The fact that this alleged occurrence took place in a red state further adds questions as to the girl’s intentions.
BYU is a school founded by Warren Jeffs of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints which teaches adolecent polygamy.
Mormon undergarments are to be warn at all times to prevent sexual urges.
Early reports indicate the girl recently swapped out his and her underwear for comic book themed undergarments.
School officials are now investigating two possible leads as to who might have paid this girl to cause problems. The first is a loose connection to the girl and San Diego State University whose only two losses of the year have come at the hands of the Brandon Davies led Cougars. The second more likely connection involves the state of Wyoming instigating this to get the press off its back following a long and well publicized battle with unions.
Information from ESPN.com senior writer Andy Katz and The Associated Press was used in this report.