Another Pittsburgh wide receiver is in trouble.
Sophomore Jonathan Baldwin was charged with misdemeanor indecent assault, summary harassment and summary disorderly conduct stemming from an alleged incident involving a female student on a bus.
The charges were first reported by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Sunday.
The newspaper says Baldwin will have a preliminary hearing on May 27.
"The matter is currently under investigation and until that investigation reaches a conclusion we will decline comment," athletic department spokesman E.J. Borghetti said in a statement, according to the Post-Gazette.
The Panthers dismissed wide receiver T.J. Porter earlier this year after he was arrested for driving under the influence for the second time in a year.
As a freshman, Baldwin was second on the Panthers in receiving with 404 yards -- on 18 catches -- and tied for first with three touchdowns.