ATHENS, Ga. (AP) — Police say Georgia receiver Isaiah McKenzie is alleged to have made "terroristic threats" at an Athens restaurant.
No charges have been filed in the incident, which occurred Monday night at a Chili's restaurant.
An Athens-Clarke County police incident report details allegations by Maya Labat, who told officers McKenzie said "he was going to call some friends and they were going to come out and he was going to kill her."
The report lists four other Georgia players as witnesses: safety Dominick Sanders, receiver Terry Godwin, linebacker D'Andre Walker and safety Jarvis Wilson.
McKenzie is a sophomore from Miami with five catches for 89 yards for the eighth-ranked Bulldogs. He also has two carries for 32 yards.
School officials are aware of the incident but haven't commented. McKenzie did practice Tuesday.