Connecticut running back apologizes for arrest
STORRS, Conn. -- Connecticut running back Lyle McCombs has publically apologized for his arrest last week on a breach of peace charge, saying it created a distraction that hurt the Huskies (3-3) in their 19-3 loss to Rutgers.
The sophomore was arrested along with his girlfriend on Friday after an altercation outside a residence hall.
McCombs is due in Rockville Superior Court Nov. 27.
McCombs spoke to reporters Tuesday at the school's weekly football media luncheon. He says ...
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