Oklahoma sophomore running back Rodney Anderson passed a polygraph test administered on Tuesday after denying rape claim against him, according to the Oklahoman’s Nolan Clay.
The three-hour test was requested by Anderson’s attorney, according to Clay. The polygraph test examiner reported on Friday that Anderson “was not practicing deception in his replies to relevant questions asked of him on this test.”
A former female Oklahoma student reported to Oklahoma police on Monday, Dec. 3 that she had been raped by the star tailback on Nov. 16. Anderson went to the extent of creating a Twitter account to defend himself amid the accusations.
Anderson’s attorney claimed on Tuesday that the woman “only went to police after Anderson had rejected several social invitations from her,” according to Clay.
Anderson finished the regular season with 960 rushing yards and 11 rushing touchdowns. He recorded an additional 283 receiving yards and 5 receiving touchdowns.
This was originally posted on DieHards.com by Dean Straka.