Tabor player on life support; police investigating
MCPHERSON, Kan. (AP) -- Officials at Tabor College in central Kansas say a football player is on life support and police are trying to determine how he was injured over the weekend.
Twenty-six-year-old Brandon Brown was found unresponsive early Sunday along a street in McPherson, a town about 25 miles away from the Tabor campus in Hillsboro. A Tabor spokeswoman told The Salina Journal on Tuesday that Brown has not regained consciousness at a Wichita hospital.
McPherson police have not released details about Brown's injuries or the investigation, except to say he was found unconscious at 4:10 a.m. Sunday when officers responded to a complaint about loud music.
Brown, a defensive lineman from Sacramento, Calif., transferred this fall as a red-shirt junior to the NAIA Tabor Bluejays from a California junior college.
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