Three College Basketball Players Suspended After Their Sex Tape Goes Public

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Three gophers have been suspended for their involvement in the creation of two graphic sex tapes, CBS reports.

Well, three basketball players on the University of Minnesota’s Golden Gophers — freshmen Kevin Dorsey and Dupree McBrayer, and sophomore Nate Mason.

Comments on the message board website Gopherhole.com (ha) revealed that Dorsey posted the tapes to his Twitter account on Friday. His account has since been deleted altogether.

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So what’s on the tapes, you surely ask?

One fan who goes by the handle “die hard gopher” (also, ha) claims to have seen the videos, which he says depict two men having sex with one woman. The man/man combo is different in each video, as are the women.

He said that in one, Dorsey is clearly visible: “You could clearly see his face although he is the only one that I could see. Both videos were extremely graphic.”

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While no crimes appear to have been committed, head coach Richard Pitino released this statement:

“There are expectations and standards to which we hold our student-athletes accountable, and they have failed to do so.”

Sounds like some quality team-building if you ask us.