UPDATE: Tre Williams out for Liberty Bowl due to legal case
UPDATED 12/20/18 1:45 p.m.:
According to Casenet, Williams has a case review scheduled for Jan. 23, 2019, officially ruling him out of Missouri's Liberty Bowl game against Oklahoma State.
The student-athlete handbook states athletes facing a felony charge, "requires suspension until there is a final adjudication of the case."
Deputy Athletics Director Nick Joos said in an email Williams' suspended status is unchanged and Williams is unable to practice or compete until his legal situation is resolved.
COLUMBIA — Police arrested Missouri defensive end Tre Williams early Sunday following a reported domestic incident.
According to the police department, officers responded to a reported assault on South Providence Road shortly before 2 a.m. The victim told officers she and Williams, with whom she's in a relationship, got into an argument that went from verbal to physical while they were driving.
Williams was booked into the Boone County Jail for domestic assault, and later posted a $4,500 bond. As of midday Monday, no charges had been filed by the Boone County prosecutor.
The Mizzou Athletics department sent KOMU 8 News the following statement from head football coach Barry Odom: “We were made aware of the situation yesterday, and Tre was immediately suspended indefinitely from all team activities. We will provide an update if his status changes.”