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5 Cal Poly football players arrested for allegedly robbing frat house

University suspends the five players after their arrests
Kristaan Ivory, one of the players, was a thousand-yard rusher last season

San Luis Obispo police arrested five Cal Poly football players Sunday on suspicion of robbing the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity house.

Cameron Akins, Dominique Love, Cortland Fort, Jake Brito and Kristaan Ivory were suspended from the football team after their arrests.

"The university will do all it can to work with San Luis Obispo police in helping to determine what occurred," the university said in a statement Monday. "The five football student-athletes alleged to have taken part in this incident have been suspended from all team activities effective immediately, and the university will conduct internal investigations into possible student conduct violations.”

Ivory, a running back, is the best player of the five, rushing for 1,156 yards and six touchdowns last season.

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