Former University of Montana quarterback, Jordan Johnson, center, reacts to being acquitted of rape charges during his trial Friday in Missoula, Mont. With Johnson are his attorneys, David Paoli and Kirsten Pabst. The accusations against Johnson, 20, have drawn much attention in Montana, where UM football is the top sports attraction. Jurors deliberated for less than two hours.
Former University of Montana quarterback, Jordan Johnson, center, reacts to being acquitted of rape charges during his trial Friday in Missoula, Mont. With Johnson are his attorneys, David Paoli and Kirsten Pabst. The accusations against Johnson, 20, have drawn much attention in Montana, where UM football is the top sports attraction. Jurors deliberated for less than two hours.
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published Friday, March 1st, 2013
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MISSOULA, Mont. — Jurors deliberated for more than two hours Friday before acquitting a former University of Montana quarterback in a rape trial that has played out amid NCAA and federal investigations into how the city and school respond to rape allegations on campus.

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