TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- Two Florida State freshman wide receivers have been arrested on misdemeanor battery charges stemming from a fight in the student union two weeks ago.
University officials say 20-year-olds Bert Reed and Cameron Wade turned themselves in at the Leon County Jail on Wednesday and were released after posting bond. Both were suspended for Florida State's final regular season game Saturday against Florida in Tallahassee.
Neither player is a starter, but Reed has become an all-purpose offensive threat, ranking third on the team with three receiving touchdowns. Reed caught 16 passes for 253 yards. He also has returned punts and kickoffs and been used as a running back.
Campus police say they are still investigating the fight between football players and members of a fraternity Nov. 12 and there may be more charges.