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Topic - Robert Britt
Connecticut forward Tyler Olander pleaded guilty Monday to driving without a license in a deal that saw prosecutors drop other charges, including drunken driving.
Prosecutors on Wednesday dropped all charges against Connecticut center Enosch Wolf stemming from a February domestic violence arrest on campus.
"We're happy that the state viewed the science in the matter, because I believe that the science was on our side," Britt said.
"There will be no criminal record," Britt said. "His focus now is school."