Three Utah State University redshirt freshmen football players have been suspended from the program after being charged in connection with a pair of burglaries in Logan that took place in December. A fourth man arrested as part of the police investigation is a former member of the program.
Linebackers Troy Murray, a Logan resident and Logan High graduate, and Kevin Meitzenheimer, a resident of Moreno Valley, Calif., as well as defensive back Jay Brown, a resident of Chino Hills, Calif., are all suspended indefinitely from the football team, according to the USU athletic department.
None of the three played in a game last fall, but they were with the team during spring practices, which concluded April 8. The fourth player, Dayshawn Littleton, signed as a defensive back in the 2016 incoming freshman class, is no longer part of the program.