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Lehigh football players sought revenge but broke into wrong home

A detail view of a 10 yard line marker is seen prior to an NFL football game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field on Sunday, Oct. 18, 2015 in Jacksonville, Fla. (Perry Knotts via AP)

A detail view of a 10 yard line marker is seen prior to an NFL football game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field on Sunday, Oct. 18, 2015 in Jacksonville, Fla. (Perry Knotts via AP)  (Perry Knotts via AP)

Police say seven Lehigh University football players have been charged in an off-campus break-in meant as revenge, but they targeted the wrong northeastern Pennsylvania home.

Bethlehem police say two men in the house used a university football roster to identify the suspects in the Nov. 8 intrusion.

They told police the men kicked in the doors as they slept and one was punched in the face.

Six were charged Wednesday with criminal trespass. A seventh player is accused of punching the man. He was charged in November with simple assault.

Police say the group was seeking revenge for an alleged attack on a fraternity president.

A university spokeswoman says the students' conduct is being reviewed.

A lawyer for the man charged with assault says his client is cooperating and they will "ultimately resolve this."