Iowa St. RB leaves group after betting charge

Aug 21, 2023, 05:00 PM ET AMES, Iowa– Iowa State running back Jirehl Brock, who was charged in the state investigation into prohibited sports wagering by ISU and Iowa professional athletes, has actually left the program, the school validated Monday.Brock, the Cyclones’prominent rusher last season, was among 5 predicted football beginners since Aug. 1 to be charged with tampering with records for allegedly trying to camouflage his identity on a mobile sports wagering account.Brock, who is from Quincy, Illinois, put 1,327 illegal wagers amounting to over$12,000 between February 2022 and February 2023, according to a criminal problem. The bets were made on an account managed by him but signed up under another name, the grievance said.Editor’s Picks 1 Associated Brock is accused of making bets on 3 Iowa State football games, two in which he played, and 13 ISU basketball games.Defensive lineman Isaiah Lee left the group last

week. Quarterback Hunter Dekkers, offensive lineman Jake Remsburg and tight end DeShawn Hanika remain on the roster.The tampering charge is a worsened misdemeanor and punishable by as much as two years in jail and fines. The players likewise could lose all of their staying eligibility under NCAA rules.A new charge for tampering with records was filed Friday versus Iowa men’s basketball trainee supervisor Evan Schuster. He is presumed of having a FanDuel sportsbook account under the name of Anthony Schuster, his daddy, and using it to put more than 2,000 bets totaling over $15,800. Most of those were placed before he was the legal wagering age of 21, and 9 were on Iowa basketball games while he was a trainee supervisor.

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