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KU football player kicked off team after allegedly threatening woman with handgun

Kansas Jayhawks linebacker Maciah A. Long was dismissed from the football team after he allegedly threatened a woman with a handgun and was arrested Sunday. Long, 19, was charged Monday with aggravated assault with use of a deadly weapon, a felony, and two misdemeanors, criminal damage to property and marijuana possession. According to Douglas County District Court documents, Long is also alleged to have damaged or destroyed the woman’s television.

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Kansas football walk-ons Beau Lawrence, Mazin Aql, Cole Moos and Reese Randall learn they have earned scholarships from a scoreboard message at the Royals game on Aug. 18, 2017.
Jesse Newell The Kansas City Star
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