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NCAA football player recovering after being shot in the arm outside bar

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By JOHN DORN

UCF defensive back Chris Williams was shot at around 1 a.m. ET on Saturday morning near King Tut's Lounge in Orlando, Florida, according to police (via WFTV.com). According to the report, Williams' injuries are non-life-threatening.

The Orlando Sentinel's Shannon Green reports that the shooting occurred outside the bar after an argument. Late Saturday afternoon, Williams took to Facebook to confirm the incident and to reassure he was "okay."



Williams, 20, is a redshirt freshman from St. Mary's, Georgia. He's been active on Twitter since the incident, retweeting messages of support and thanking God that he's relatively healthy after the scare.



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