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BYU football starter charged with rioting, assault

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Posted at 4:52 PM, Sep 01, 2015
and last updated 2015-09-01 19:24:25-04

PROVO, Utah - A Brigham Young University football player is facing charges for rioting and assault.

The charges against starting defensive back Michael Davis stem from a dispute over a parking spot July 29 at Old Mill Apartments in Provo.

The junior from Glendale, California, is expected in court Oct. 1.

BYU has not commented on the situation at this time.

School officials have not said what this means for BYU's game against Nebraska Sept. 5. or the first home game where the team will meet Boise State Sept. 12.