USC RB Kenan Christon, lawyer speak out on suspension and appeal process
By Editor - Thu Nov 25, 11:32 am
USC junior running back Kenan Christon has not been with the team since playing a limited role on special teams in the season opener, and on Tuesday he, his family and his representation spoke out about a suspension they feel is excessive. Christon, his mother Persephonie Christon, his lawyer Anton Diffenderfer and local civil rights activist Najee Ali held a news conference outside of USC's Galen Center to share their side of the matter. The Los Angeles Times' Ryan Kartje had reported Monday that a six-week investigation by USC’s office of Student Judicial Affairs and Community Standards found Christon responsible for seven violations of the student code of conduct and suspended him from USC’s campus through Dec. 14, 2022.
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