Central Michigan QB seriously injured in off campus shooting

<p>CHICAGO &mdash; An off-campus shooting left two Central Michigan University students, including quarterback John Keller, hospitalized Sunday for gunshot wounds. </p>
<p>Officers with the Isabella County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched shortly before 1 a.m. Saturday to an apartment complex near the Mount Pleasant campus for reports of a shooting. A fight had broken out in an apartment during which someone retrieved a gun from a vehicle, returned and started shooting, police said. </p>
<p> Two students were struck, suffering single gunshot wounds, authorities said. </p>
<p>One student, age 20, was airlifted to a hospital and improving but listed in serious condition. Another, age 23, was listed in stable condition, the sheriff’s office said Sunday. </p>
<p>University officials identified the students Sunday as Keller, a junior, and senior Tyler Bunting. </p>
<p>“We are keeping them in our thoughts and prayers,” Bob Davies, university president, said in a Sunday email to students. “Please join me in hoping for a speedy recovery for both individuals.”</p>
<p>Keller sat out the 2020 season because of NCAA transfer requirements, according to the spring football roster. He was a redshirt freshman in 2018 when he was at the University of Cincinnati. He then attended Pearl River Community College before committing to CMU last year. </p>
<p>Authorities said they have received video and other information on the shooting. </p>
<p>No one was in custody on Sunday.</p>
<p>“The ICSO detectives are pouring over multiple tips, leads and social media posts,” read a statement from the office. </p>