Jury selected in trial for ex-Husker Dennard

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Posted: Monday, February 11, 2013 12:00 am

LINCOLN — Alfonzo Dennard’s defense lawyer called it the “big gorilla in the room.”

“Let’s call it as we see it,” said Terry Dougherty of Lincoln. “This is a case about a football player. It’s a very honest occupation, but people have opinions about football players. Alfonzo Dennard is a football player. He was a football player in college, and he’s a football player now. And he’s proud of it.”

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