SWOSU Sued Over Injuries to Football Player

Southwestern Oklahoma State University, its head football coach and two former assistant coaches are being sued by a relative of one of its past football players who allegedly suffered lifetime irreparable brain injuries on or about February 23, 2018. The suit alleges that the player, defensive back Skye Singleton, was deprived of oxygen at a mandatory practice session. He too was named as a plaintiff in the suit, which identifies him as “an incapacitated person”. The other plaintiff is Yolanda Singleton, who is identified as “next fried of Skye Singleton”. “Plaintiff’s brain injury…is catastrophic and permanent,” says the suit which…

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