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Central Michigan University denies Duffey amid Title IX complaint

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A former Texas Tech quarterback has been denied admission to Central Michigan University after a second Title IX complaint against him, according to ESPN

Jett Duffey applied to Central Michigan as a graduate transfer, but ESPN reports a Tech student's sexual assault accusation against him played a role in his denial. 

Central Michigan Life reports the accuser said Duffey assaulted her while she was incapacitated, after she said she and Duffey did cocaine. Police didn't find enough evidence to charge Duffey and the Title IX accusation ended in "voluntary resolution". 

Duffey was not suspended and played in Texas Tech's 2019 season. 

His attorney said in a statement to FOX34 Duffey denies the student's accusations. 

"Jett is a talented football player, an excellent student, and he deserves a chance to continue his college playing career. He has consistently maintained his innocence of allegations of misconduct and has been cleared by Texas Tech of any Title IX allegations from 2019." 

The university suspended Duffey in 2016 after a Title IX panel found him responsible for two counts of non-consensual intercourse. 

He filed a civil lawsuit against Tech to reverse the ruling, but dropped the suit. In that case, a grand jury found there wasn't enough evidence to prosecute him.

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