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Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

The state attorney in Gainesville, Florida, told ESPN on Tuesday that he expects to receive details about a potential criminal case involving nine suspended Florida football players by early next week. State attorney Bill Cervone said he contacted UF police on Monday for an update on the case. He said UF police told him they hoped to finish their criminal investigation by the end of this week or early next week. The case would then be forwarded to Cervone's office, which will decide whether or not to pursue criminal charges.

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Schedule releases: MSU, Ole Miss, LSU, Alabama (1:25)
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