Two Husker football players have been ticketed and accused by University  police of paying for pizza delivered to campus with stolen credit card information, a police official said Wednesday.

Caleb Tannor and Chad Alioth have each been cited with misdemeanor theft.

Assistant University Police Chief Hassan Ramzah said the theft was reported to the department Jan. 23 after the cardholder discovered their credit card had been used to pay for pizza delivery.

Charges had not been filed in the case Wednesday, and the two were set to appear in court next month.

Tannor is a sophomore outside linebacker from Stone Mountain, Georgia.

Alioth is a sophomore wide receiver from Omaha.

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