According to the Associated Press, former Missouri running back and team captain who served 120 days in prison for a sex assault is back on the field at Division II Tuskegee University in Alabama.

Derrick Washington is a starting tailback at the historically black college according to the Montgomery Advisor. He rushed for 155 yards and two touchdowns in the team’s most recent game, a 35-17 win over Johnson C. Smith in Atlanta.

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Washington was convicted in 2011 of deviate sexual assault involving a former University of Missouri athletics tutor. He was sentenced to five years in prison but released after completing a 120-day “shock incarceration” program for first-time offenders. read more…