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EKU Rugby Club President Comments On Team Suspension

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Updated: 10/24/2012 10:41 pm
The President of EKU's Rugby Club is responding to the school's decision to suspend the team after accusations of a hazing incident.

Tyler Farrell told ABC 36 the team's players have never forced anybody on the team to do anything they didn't want to do.

Farrell says he doesn't know what the accusation is...or who made it.

He says the team is completely in the dark.

EKU announced Tuesday that an allegation had been made resulting in an interim suspension until it can be investigated.

The team can't play or practice as a result.
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