The two former Texas Longhorns wide receivers accused of sexual assault have been indicted by a Travis County grand injury.
Junior Kendall Sanders and redshirt freshman Montrel Meander were dismissed from the team in July after charges were brought against them by a female student for their roles in a June encounter on campus.
The case will now move forward, with Meander set to appear in court this week and Sanders to follow in January. Both players face felony charges. Sanders has also been charged with improper photography for his role in the incident.
The affidavit for Sanders and Meander is available here, but is not for the faint of heart.