Ell Roberson - Update

Former Kansas State quarterback Ell Roberson, stripped of his scholarship following an incident prior to the Fiesta Bowl, is taking a class via the Internet and plans to be on campus in Manhattan for the final eight weeks of the semester.
February 25, 2004

Open Letter From Kansas State Coach Bill Snyder

Snyder announces publically the punishment of senior quarterback Ell Roberson for violating team rules before the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl last week.
January 8, 2004

Dogfight in the Desert

Tempe, Arizona ---In the longest game in Fiesta Bowl History, it came down to a drive- the final drive. In a game that saw every bit of drama and suspense both on and off the field- it was the defending National Champion Ohio State Buckeyes that escaped with a victory 35-28. In an absolute dogfight that saw huge momentum shifts as the #7 Buckeyes squared off against the #8 Kansas State Wildcats- the Cats did everything but win in the end.
January 2, 2004

Tim Weiser makes Official Statement

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Ell Roberson's status for tonight's Fiesta Bowl remains in question this morning following a day of investigation on Thursday after being involved in a reported sexual assault incident.
January 1, 2004

Roberson questioned amid sexual assault allegation

Record-setting Wildcat quarterback questioned by authorities in sexual assault case.
January 1, 2004

Roberson Named In Sexual Assault Complaint

Kansas State quarterback Ell Roberson was named as a suspect in a sexual assault investigation by police in Paradise Valley, Ariz. The alleged assault occurred at 3:30 a.m. this morning at the team hotel. Police say Roberson was in custody for 10 hours, but has not been charged. His status for Friday's Fiesta Bowl was unclear. Click here for more details.
January 1, 2004

Coaches- Players discuss Keys to Victory in Fiesta

Already this year, K-State has defeated Oklahoma (No. 4, .711) and Nebraska (No. 7, .708). "This team has accomplished a lot, but we have one more to go," said senior quarterback Ell Roberson. "We want to finish this thing right."
January 1, 2004