Former UW-Madison football player Quintez Cephus was acquitted Aug. 2 of two sexual assault charges stemming from an incident April 22, 2018, at his apartment involving two women. In the wake of the allegations, Cephus was suspended from the football team and subsequently expelled from the university. Here's a look back at coverage of the case.
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