Central Florida DB shot twice in Orlando

In another entry for the “Nothing Good Happens to a College Football Player After Midnight” file, reports have surfaced that University of Central Florida defensive back Chris Williams was shot twice in the arm on Saturday, but his injuries are apparently not life-threatening.

The incident allegedly occurred after Williams was involved in an argument at a bar called “King Tut’s Lounge” near the UCF campus early Saturday morning. He was taken to a local hospital where he was treated, and where he later posted a photo to his Facebook page with a caption that read, “I’m o.k. everybody. I got shot in arm twice, but I (sic) good.”

Williams is a redshirt freshman who was in the running for a starting spot after competing with the first unit during spring practice. His lone appearance for the Knights last season came against Tulsa.

UCF has told multiple sources, including The Orlando Sentinel that head coach George O’Leary is aware of the situation and is gathering information.

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