USC's Osa Masina and Don Hill will not play against Utah State on Saturday, according to Zach Helfand of the Los Angeles Times.
The two players returned to practice on Tuesday, as the university allowed them to do so, head coach Clay Helton told reporters.
Hill and Masina were allegedly involved in a sexual assault in July. According to a search warrant obtained by TMZ, the alleged victim claimed Masina gave her Xanax and alcohol at a USC fraternity party on July 14 before taking her to Hill's apartment, where the two players allegedly raped the woman.
Masina, 19, allegedly took photos and videos of them having sex and sent them to the woman's ex-boyfriend. Masina is also accused of sexually assaulting the woman a second time in Utah.
Hill was sent home last week from Arlington, Texas, the site of USC’s season opener, for what was termed a violation of team rules. Masina has been suspended indefinitely.
USC is 0–1 after dropping its first game of the season to Alabama.