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Former Division 2 quarterback sentenced to 25 years in prison for killing a man over marijuana

B.J. Ross the former standout quarterback at D2’s McMurry University has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for the killing death of Chris-Dion Russell back in 2017

There are now two former McMurry University football players for the same crime. Former Division 2 star quarterback Broderick B.J. Ross was sentenced on Tuesday to 25 years in prison for his role int he shooting death of a Texas man.

The wild thing is his starting running back Dontrell Dock is serving LIFE in prison for his involvement in the killing death of Chris-Dion Russell a 29 year old that was robbed and killed in his house back in 2017 when the players were trying to steal marijuana.

Ross pled guilty to murder this week and was only sentenced to 25 years because tons of support and letters poured in from his family and friends.

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