university of Wisconsin-Madison officers are sending a "clean message" that they don't need former Badgers extensive receiver Quintez Cephus to go back, regardless of his acquittal in a sexual assault case, his lawyer said Monday. Cephus, 21, of Macon, Georgia, became suspended from the soccer team in August 2018 after being charged with 2nd- and third-degree sexual assault. He became expelled from the college earlier this year for violating its nonacademic misconduct code. Cephus carried out for readmission on Aug. 6, 4 days after a jury located him now not guilty. Cephus' legal professional, Stephen Meyer, said Monday that discussions with the university have collapsed. The college, in a declaration published on its internet site, stated Meyer became "fake," and no selection has been made. The university is collecting all relevant court docket information and will evaluate the Cephus petition "as speedy as feasible" once all of the facts is in hand, the school said. The college mentioned that students are held to a extraordinary popular below its code of conduct and may be found in violation even though what they did is not determined to be criminal. "state and federal regulation require us to use the code of behavior impartially and continually, regardless of the identities of the individuals concerned," the college said. Meyer would not provide information about what passed off or why he idea the university could not appearance favorably at the readmission request.