Sooner RB Has Victim’s Protective Order Filed Against Him

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Oklahoma running back Rodney Anderson has had a victim’s protective order filed against him in Cleveland County.

A hearing on the protective order is scheduled for December 18.

An Oklahoma spokesman says OU is aware of the filing and is gathering more information.

The state of Oklahoma defines a victim’s protective order as such:

“A protective order is a civil court order that is designed to stop violent and harassing behavior and to protect you and your family from the abuser. It offers civil legal protection from domestic violence to both male and female victims. While protection orders can help keep you safe, they are only pieces of paper and you still must take other steps to protect yourself.”

Anderson is Oklahoma’s leading rusher this season with 960 yards.


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