By Tristan 

Woman alleges Griz QB sexually assaulted her


MISSOULA (AP) — University of Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson has been served with a temporary restraining order sought by a woman who alleges he sexually assaulted her.

A Missoula Municipal Court judge granted the request March 9. A court official says Johnson was served through his attorney Monday.

Court records say the order was granted to the victim of an alleged sexual assault. No charges have been filed against Johnson.

The order says Johnson cannot threaten or harass the woman and must stay at least 1,500 feet away from her and her residence.

The order is in effect through M...

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