And even after the report, which he says was unprovoked, the sophomore still plans to root for his school's football team in the fall.
When the arrests were made this week, the Tuscaloosa News said that according to depositions filed by UA police officers, defensive lineman D.J. Pettway, defensive back Eddie Williams and linebacker Tyler Hayes punched a student in the head and face, and kicked him in the ribs. Williams and Hayes admitted to the attack, according to the Tuscaloosa News. There were two attacks, and The Crimson White said arrest records indicated Williams was the one that knocked both victims unconscious. Those players, along with running back Brent Calloway, were charged, and all of the players were suspended indefinitely by coach Nick Saban.
His friends could plainly see he had been "badly beaten" given the amount of blood on his jacket, broken headphones and face. If Jurgens' account of the attack is true, Alabama shouldn't hesitate to boot the players involved off the team permanently.