Indiana's Yogi Ferrell, Stanford Robinson enter diversion program

Tuesday September 23rd, 2014

Indiana University basketball players Yogi Ferrell and Stanford Robinson entered pretrial diversion programs after being charged with underage drinking and possession of false identification, the Associated Press reports.

Ferrell and Robinson were charged in April after trying to enter a sports bar with fake IDs.

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A prosecutor said Ferrell and Robinson signed up for the program last week and will have their cases dropped if they complete 10 hours of community service, attend alcohol education classes and stay out of trouble.

Ferrell was the team’s leading scorer, averaging 17.3 points. He also averaged 3.9 assists and three rebounds per game. Robinson averaged 6.4 points per game last season.

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