Source: AP / USA Today
ETTRICK, Va. — Virginia State and Winston-Salem State have drastically varying versions of a fight that left the WSSU quarterback beaten in a bathroom.
Competing news conferences held Monday on the respective campuses only served to highlight just how far apart their perspectives are.
The only thing clear is that Winston-Salem State quarterback Rudy Johnson was injured during a fight at a luncheon the day before last week’s scheduled CIAA championship game and a Virginia State player was arrested.
VSU coach Latrell Scott said there was a “rush to judgment” and that one player “made a bad decision.”
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