The two Nebraska football players who were suspended indefinitely by the team amidst an alleged sexual assault incident have no been arrested, according to a report.

According to the Lincoln Journal Star, Katerian Legrone and Andre Hunt were arrested on Tuesday in connection to the alleged sexual assault that occurred in August. Legrone was arrested on suspicion of first-degree sexual assault and Hunt on suspicion of aiding and abetting first-degree sexual assault.

Both Legrone and Hunt will appear in court on Wednesday. Police will not release more information until after the two men are charged, per the report.

News of the arrests comes a week after it was learned that both Legrone and Hunt are facing a 2 1/2 year suspension from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln following a Title IX investigation, which was separate from the criminal investigation. That news was first reported by ESPN’s Outside the Lines.

Legrone and Hunt were found to have violated the school’s sexual misconduct policies.

Both Legrone and Hunt were indefinitely suspended from all team activities before Nebraska’s season opener this year and the punishment was never lifted. Both players have reportedly entered the NCAA transfer portal.