GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) Florida standout receiver Antonio Callaway used a stolen credit card to add $1,970 to his campus bookstore prepaid account and then used the money to purchase a high-end computer and fancy headphones, according to university police.
Now he's facing two third-degree felony charges and potentially the end of his college football career.
According to Alachua County court records, sworn complaints were filed Monday against Callaway and eight teammates. The players were suspended indefinitely in August. The State Attorney's Office will investigate before deciding whether to formally charge the players.