When Buffalo plays Western Michigan later this year, the Broncos may be down a receiver and linebacker.
Deadspin is reporting that the pair was arrested for robbing a WMU student at gunpoint.
Report: Two Western Michigan Football Players Arrested, Allegedly Held Up Student In Dorm
Bryson White, a wide receiver, and Ron George, a linebacker, allegedly entered a dorm room in Draper Hall on the WMU campus, holding up a female student with a gun and a knife and robbing her. They were arrested on campus in a car with money and weapons.
White, an incoming freshman, was a Michigan State high school track champion. He was set to play wide receiver for the Broncos.
Finished My First Official Camp of College Football. #gROWh16her— ★ Bryson White ™ ★ (@brysonw_3) August 26, 2016
George was also a 2016 signee from Catholic Central in Pittsburgh. He was a three-star and part of WMU's conference leading recruiting class.
Both player pages are currently missing on Westen Michigan Athletics' web page. PJ Fleck has suspended the two indefinitely.