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Florida State suspends arrested receiver

TALLAHASSEE — Florida State suspended receiver Greg Dent indefinitely Monday, less than 24 hours after he was arrested and charged with sexual assault.

The school said Dent, who caught 27 passes for 355 yards and two touchdowns as a junior last season, will not play while the felony charge is pending. Dent, 23, was arraigned Monday and released on $15,000 bail. His attorney, Tim Jansen, did not return a phone call.

According to a Tallahassee Police Department report, the woman, who was not identified, decided to sleep at Dent's apartment, something she had done often before without problems. But, the report said, she alleges he twice tried to engage her in sex before she was able leave the apartment.

Baseball: Jonathan Holder allowed two runs (one earned) in the ninth. But he recorded all six outs visiting Mississippi State needed to beat Virginia 6-5 in a game suspended by rain in the seventh inning Sunday, complete a Super Region sweep and advance to the World Series. … Game 3 of South Carolina at North Carolina was postponed after a tornado watch was issued. They will play at noon today (ESPN2).

Men's basketball: Former Rutgers player Jerome Seagears changed his mind and will not transfer to Auburn. Auburn coach Tony Barbee said Seagears told the coaches he wants to be closer to his family in Silver Springs, Md. The guard, who averaged 6.5 points and 2.6 assists last season, left Rutgers when coach Mike Rice was fired after revelations he verbally and physically abused players.

Women's basketball: The American Athletic Conference, the league that includes USF and formerly was called the Big East, will hold its first postseason tournament in Uncasville, Conn., site of the Mohegan Sun casino and home to the state's WNBA team.

Tennis: Thomas James donated $500,000 to the USF athletic department, the lead effort to construct a tennis center for the men's and women's programs.

Florida State suspends arrested receiver 06/10/13 [Last modified: Monday, June 10, 2013 10:44pm]
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