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Man Accused Of Stalking OU Athletes Sentenced

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Naasik Ferdous, 21, will spend five years in prison and one year in the Cleveland County Jail. Naasik Ferdous, 21, will spend five years in prison and one year in the Cleveland County Jail.
NORMAN, Oklahoma -

A man accused of stalking two University of Oklahoma student athletes is sentenced.

Naasik Ferdous, 21, will spend five years in prison and one year in the Cleveland County Jail. 

Ferdous was arrested last October after admitting to police he was planning to kill an OU women's soccer player.

11/8/2012 Related Story: Second Protective Order Filed Against Alleged OU Stalker

A female OU gymnast says he also threatened to violently assault her.

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