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>> A former football player for Vanderbilt University found guilty of rape in one of several cases bringing national attention to sexual assault on college campuses. A Tennessee jury Saturday convicting 23 year-old Brandon Vandenburg for a second time. After a judge overturned a previous conviction last year and declared a mistrial because one juror did not disclose he'd been a victim of rape.
Vandenburg and the victim, a female student he'd been dating, were drinking prior to the attack three years ago. She was unconscious when he took her to his dorm room where the assault occurred. Three of Vandenburg's teammates were also charged in the case. 22 year-old Cory Batey was convicted of rape in April.
Two others, who allegedly participated in the attack and took cell phone video have pled not guilty. The verdict comes as another high-profile sexual assault case has rocked Stanford University in California. The judge on that trial facing harsh backlash for sentencing 20 year-old Brock Turner to six months in jail for raping an unconscious woman.
Vandenberg faces 15 to 25 years in prison for each of five rape charges when he's sentenced in July.