USC corner being investigated for sexual assault

LOS ANGELES -- Starting Southern California cornerback Eric Wright, arrested over the weekend for investigation of sexual assault, is scheduled to be arraigned on April 20.

"No charges have been filed, no case has been presented. He is
free on bail," Jane Robison, press secretary for the Los Angeles
District Attorney's office, said Monday.

Wright, 19, was taken into custody early Saturday at a campus
apartment by officers investigating reports of an assault, police
spokeswoman Sara Faden said. He was booked for investigation of
rape and bail was set at $100,000, according to the Sheriff's
Department. Faden said Wright posted bail and was released.

As a redshirt freshman last season, Wright started four games
and intercepted two passes -- the second during USC's 55-19 victory
over Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl. He was expected to be a full-time
starter next season.

USC sports information director Tim Tessalone had no comment
Monday on Wright's status other than to say the school was
cooperating with the investigation. Spring practice started last
week and Wright did take part.