If the Washington Post’s reporting is accurate, it looks as though we may have yet another incident where rather than turning to law enforcement, a student took their case before university officials.

Susan Svrluga reports at the Washington Post:

University of Tennessee football players facing rape allegations

A former University of Tennessee student says she told university officials in September that she had been raped by a member of the school’s football team soon after she started school as a freshman, but was devastated when a university inquiry concluded that the sex was consensual, according to the Tennessean.

Her allegations come at a time when the school and its football team are already under scrutiny, and amidst a heated national debate about sexual assault on college campuses.

A football player at the University of Tennessee was indicted last week on two counts of aggravated rape; Michael Williams, a defensive back, was also indicted for aiding and abetting another person on two more counts of aggravated rape, according to the Tennessean.

The other name was redacted in court documents. Williams and A.J. Johnson, a star linebacker who graduated in December, were named as suspects in an alleged rape of a student-athlete in November. Attorneys maintain their innocence. Both players were suspended from the team this fall and on Friday, the NFL announced that it had withdrawn its invitation to Johnson to participate in the league’s pre-draft workout, the Scouting Combine, this week.