A Lancaster County Court judge Thursday rescheduled a motion-to-suppress evidence hearing for Nebraska defensive end Avery Moss for Oct. 2.
The Husker redshirt freshman has been charged with a count of public indecency and disturbing the peace for allegedly twice exposing himself to a University of Nebraska at Lincoln female convenience store worker in December 2012. Moss is also charged with failure to appear for a January 2013 hearing on the matter.
Moss’ lawyer, Brad Roth, filed the motion to suppress Moss’ statements to UNL police. The motion claims police didn’t advise Moss of Miranda rights.
At Big Ten Media Days, NU coach Bo Pelini said Moss “is in good shape” with the Husker football program. Moss has practiced daily with the team during training camp.