10:23 AM ET 12.30 | Perry Minton, the attorney representing one of two University of Texas players suspended from Saturday's Alamo Bowl, said Saturday night that allegations are untrue that Jordan Hicks was involved in a sexual assault early Friday morning. "I have spent about an hour-and-a-half speaking with Jordan Hicks, and I can say based on that discussion I am very confident that everything that happened from the first drink at the bar to the time everyone said goodnight was entirely consensual and above board," Minton said. "Nothing that was done by him or Mr. McCoy was against the law. Period." Both Hicks, a junior linebacker, and Case McCoy, a junior backup quarterback, were suspended Friday for violating team rules. This came a few hours after news reports surfaced that San Antonio police were investigating an alleged sexual assault of a 21-year-old woman early Friday morning in a downtown hotel room.