After just three hours of deliberation, a jury found former Vanderbilt football players Cory Batey and Brandon Vandenburg, who were accused of raping a woman on the Vanderbilt campus in 2013, guilty on all charges. Both Batey and Vandenburg were found guilty of multiple counts of aggravated rape and sexual assault.

In July of 2013, Vandenburg, Batey, and two other former Vanderbilt football players were accused of raping an unconscious woman in Vandenburg's dorm room and recording the attack. The Tennesseean has a full breakdown of the charges Batey and Vandenburg were found guilty of:

Charges against Cory Batey:

Count 1: aggravated rape, anal penetration with fingers

Count 2: aggravated rape, vaginal penetration with fingers

Count 3: aggravated rape, mouth penetration with penis

Count 4: aggravated rape, vaginal penetration with penis

Count 5: aggravated rape, criminal responsibility for anal penetration with water bottle by Brandon Banks

Count 6: aggravated sexual battery, contact with private areas

Count 7: aggravated sexual battery, slapping of buttocks

Charges for Brandon Vandenburg:

Count 1: aggravated rape, criminal responsibility for Batey's anal penetration with fingers

Count 2: aggravated rape, criminal responsibility for Batey's vaginal penetration with fingers

Count 3: aggravated rape, criminal responsibility for Batey's mouth penetration with penis

Count 4: aggravated rape, criminal responsibility for Batey's vaginal penetration with penis

Count 5: aggravated rape, criminal responsibility for anal penetration with water bottle by Brandon Banks

Count 6: aggravated sexual battery, criminal responsibility for contact with private areas

Count 7: aggravated sexual battery, slapping of buttocks

Count 8: tampering with evidence by destruction of condoms after rape

Count 9: unlawful photography, by sending images to other men

Brandon Banks and Jaborian McKenzie are the other two former players accused of raping the victim, and they are still waiting to stand trial. A fifth former player, Chris Boyd, was originally charged with helping to cover up the crime, but was put on probation after agreeing to testify against his former teammates. Sentencing for Batey and Vandenburg will take place on March 6, 2015.