A court hearing for a University of Kentucky football player charged with stalking was rescheduled for Nov. 21.
Ashton Cobb, a senior strong safety, is accused of harassing and intimidating his ex-girlfriend by calling her 19 times and sending 15 text messages in a three-hour period on Sept. 25. According to court records, Cobb, 21, sent text messages threatening to kill and rape the woman, a UK student.
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A hearing scheduled for Friday morning in Fayette District Court was postponed.
Cobb, 21, has pleaded not guilty to charges of second-degree stalking, third-degree terroristic threatening and harassing communications.