As expected, Kansas sophomore Carlton Bragg Jr., did not play during Saturday’s 89-72 victory over Nebraska at Allen Fieldhouse, sitting out at the end of the KU bench in street clothes following a Friday arrest and charge of misdemeanor battery in an incident involving a female KU student.
KU coach Bill Self, who said in a statement Friday night that Bragg would be held out of all competition until the issue was resolved, offered more insight into the situation following Saturday’s victory.
“It’s gonna get talked about,” Self acknowledged. “But it’s not anything that is really worth a lot of commenting on because there’s no decisions to be made until you hear what’s transpired.... And that’s up to the police. That’s up to the people on campus. There is no way we do our own investigation so it’s a matter-of-fact deal.”
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