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Former UA football player pleads guilty in domestic violence case

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Former Arizona Wildcats running back Orlando Bradford has pleaded guilty to multiple charges including aggravated assault and domestic violence.

He accepted a plea deal Friday morning and will be sentenced to prison. He was taken into custody after the hearing.

According to Arizona Superior Court in Pima County, the sentences must run consecutively, with a minimum of one year on both sentences and a maximum of three years, nine months. Bradford must serve at least 85 percent of the sentences before he is eligible for parole. If ordered, he will have to pay no more than $50,000 to each victim.

Bradford was kicked off the team after being arrested and charged with domestic violence in September 2016.

Sentencing is set for 10 a.m., Nov. 20.  

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