Andre Hunt's sentence, issued by Judge Thomas Zimmerman in Lancaster County Court, comes three months after former teammate Katerian LeGrone was found not guilty of sexual assault.
Katerian LeGrone put his hands to his face after the verdict was read, seemingly relieved.
In opening statements Thursday in Katerian LeGrone's sex assault trial, the state painted a picture of a then-Husker football player who thought he could do whatever he wanted and a young college student too frightened to stop him.
Awaiting trial after having pleaded not guilty to a sexual assault charge stemming from an alleged August 2019 rape. He was suspended indefinitely in August 2019 and expelled from UNL in April 2020. He appeared in one game and caught one pass for 8 yards against Bethune-Cookman in 2018.
Lancaster County District Judge Jodi Nelson heard arguments on Tuesday and will make a ruling later.
Former Nebraska football players Andre Hunt and Katerian LeGrone — both accused of first-degree sexual assault — have been expelled from the university and banned from its campus, according to a report.