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Thomas Campbell-USA TODAY Sports
ESPN is reporting that Texas A&M's all time rushing leader Darren Lewis is likely headed to prison after pleading guilty to federal charges related to armed robberies.
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The U.S. Attorney's Office told The Dallas Morning News on Tuesday that 45-year-old Darren Lewis has agreed to spend between 25 and 30 years behind bars. The record-setting running back known as "Tank" pleaded guilty in April to charges related to the 2012 robberies of DeSoto businesses.

The office says accomplice Christopher Washington pleaded guilty Tuesday. It says all sides have agreed to the same sentences for both men. Sentencing is scheduled for September.
Lewis rushed for 5,012 yards while at Texas A&M from 1987 to 1990. He was drafted in 1991 by the Chicago Bears.
Filed Under: SEC Football
Originally published on SECRant.com

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5 Comments
Guess the statute of Limitations has run out on the Fulmer Cup points here?
Reply26 months
Hard to believe this is just now happening after a 2012 arrest. Misspent... everything. Hard to work up any sympathy for him.
Reply26 months
"He was drafted in 1991 by the Chicago Bears."

"Tank pleaded guilty in April to charges related to the 2012 robberies of DeSoto businesses."

Crazy how those 2 scenarios can occur in one man's lifetime.
Reply26 months
So Sumlin hasn't lost control, A&M never had it in the first place.
Reply26 months
Kevin Sumlin has lost control of Texas A&M alumni
Reply26 months
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