Five football players at a Christian college in Illinois are accused of hazing a teammate last year — allegedly restraining the teen with duct tape before trying to sodomize him with an unidentified object. A judge in DuPage County signed arrest warrants late Monday for the players — James Cooksey, Samuel TeBos, Kyler Kregel, Noah...
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