Nebraska Wrestlers Dismissed After Appearing on Porn Site

School officials say the two athletes violated NCAA rules.

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Two University of Nebraska-Lincoln wrestlers were kicked off the team Tuesday after appearing nude in pictures and videos on a gay porn site, the Daily Nebraskan reports. School officials said that by receiving money from the site, senior Paul Donahoe and junior Kenny Jordan violated NCAA rules that prohibit athletes from using their own image for commercial use. The two used the stage names "Cal" and "Nash" on the site Fratmen.tv.

Jordan told the Daily Nebraskan that he had "messed up." He added, "My punishment is definitely fair." Donahoe did not respond to the Associated Press's requests for comment.

It's unclear how much money the students received, but the Nebraska athletic department told the Nebraskan and the AP that the porn site was not the only reason the two were dismissed. The AP said they had past run-ins with the law. Both athletes competed in the 2008 national championship, and Donahoe was the national champion in his weight class in 2007.