Oklahoma State football players Calvin Barnett (driving charges) and Isaac Maselera (drug paraphernalia possession) appeared in court Monday, and their respective cases will both continue on Oct. 15 at 10:30 a.m.
Barnett, a starting defensive tackle, was charged in May with driving under suspension, speeding, failing to register a vehicle within 30 days of purchase and driving without insurance.
Maselera, a backup safety and special teams contributor, was charged in June with one count of misdemeanor drug paraphernalia possession after OSU police, while responding to a suspicious odor complaint, found a metal grinder in Maselera's dorm room.
Barnett and Maselera have both played in all three OSU games so far this season. Barnett has tallied eight tackles (2.5 for loss) and a quarterback hurry, while Maselera has three tackles and a pass break-up.
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