Wednesday's college roundup: Winston's hearing delayed

Detroit News wire services

Jameis Winston's conduct hearing in connection with a sexual assault allegation has been delayed until Dec. 1.

Winston originally was scheduled to undergo a hearing the week of Nov. 17 to determine whether he violated as many as four of Florida State's code of conduct policies for his involvement in an alleged sexual assault from December 2012.

Officials agreed to the delay, according to reports.

Winston's attorney, David Cornwell, expressed concern he or his client would not have enough time to prepare for the hearing when date was first announced this month.

John Clune, one of the attorneys representing the accuser, said he did not think the time frame was unfair.

"Both parties got the same materials at the exact same time," Clune said. "Also, no complaint was ever filed."

No charges for Williams

The Tallahassee Police Department says Florida State running back Karlos Williams is not being charged for domestic battery.

Police released the incident report detailing the investigation, which ended because "without a statement or additional evidence there is no way to further this case."

Both Williams and the woman declined to speak with police.

Coach dismissed

Former NFL player Charles Grant was fired from his position as a volunteer football coach at Bowie State after a video, released by TMZ Sports, showed him shouting at a student before body-slamming him. Grant then shoved the student into the bleachers.