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(KSL News) Tomorrow, a school committee will decide the fate of four Syracuse High school football players accused of going on a burglary spree.
Administrators, teachers and coaches will decide if the varsity players will be allowed to play this fall. The four and two other teens collectively face 54 charges stemming from a string of burglaries between April and June.
District officials say federal privacy laws prohibit them from releasing the committee's decision, but they say it will be apparent when the season opens.