Masoli will be charged with second-degree burglary

Oregon quarterback Jeremiah Masoli will be charged with second-degree burglary during a court appearance Friday, according court records obtained by the Eugene Register-Guard.

Masoli, the Ducks first-team All-Pac-10 quarterback, will appear with former Ducks receiver Garrett Embry. Both will be arraigned in Lane County Circuit Court in connection with an alleged theft at the SAE fraternity at Oregon on Jan. 24.

Oregon officials had no comment. The Lane County District Attorney's office sent out a release only confirming that Masoli and Embry will appear in court together at 1:30 p.m. PDT.

Oregon running back LaMichael James also will appear in court that day. James was arrested on domestic violence charges on Feb. 17.

The Oregonian reported that James will plead no contest to the charges "as part of a plea agreement that includes anger management, other punishment and gets him easier access to the school and a return to his athletics programs."