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Wisconsin WR applies for readmission to school after being found not guilty of sexual assault charges

Quintez Cephus is hoping to continue his dream after a legal road bump.

Quintez Cephus the former Wisconsin Badger wide receiver spent the past year fighting for his innocence and now after being found not guilty of sexual assault charges is fighting to keep his dream alive.

According to his attorney Stephen Mayer, Cephus filed a petition for readmission to the University.

His attorney is expecting a response back by Thursday to his requet. 

Remember, Cephus was charged for second and third degree sexual assault for alleged attacks on two 18 year old women, but on July 30, a jury ruled he was not guilty. So if he is not guilty then UW-Madison should allow him back right?

Ball is in your court Wisconsin….

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