Colorado Buffaloes quarterback Jordan Webb arrested on assault charges

Colorado Buffaloes quarterback Jordan Webb (4) attempts a screen pass in the fourth quarter of the game against the Washington Huskies at Folsom Field. The Huskies defeated the Buffaloes. (Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports)

Colorado Buffaloes quarterback Jordan Webb (4) has been arrested on second-degree assault charges. (Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports)

According to CBS Sports, Colorado Buffaloes quarterback Jordan Webb, along with former offensive lineman Alex Lewis, were arrested for second-degree assault on Saturday.

The report is included in the Boulder Country Sherrif’s Office bookings record.

The arrest does not bode well for Webb, Lewis, or the Colorado football program. A senior on the rise, Webb led the team with 1,434 yards and eight touchdowns with eight interceptions. He had torn his ACL in the spring but had been hoping to make a heroic return to the rebuilding team in the fall. Mike MacIntyre was hoping for the exact same thing, but this arrest may wind up changing things around as the former San Jose State head man looks to build the Buffs into a winner from the ground up (they finished 1-11 in 2012).

As for Lewis, the 6-foot-6, 285-pounder is actually on the move, as he is transferring to Nebraska. There is no word yet on how his arrest will affect his transfer or his status with the Cornhuskers.

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