NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The sentencing for two former Vanderbilt University football players has been pushed back to April 24.

Brandon Vandenburg and Cory Batey were scheduled to be sentenced for raping Vandenburg’s then-girlfriend in June 2013 next Friday, March 6.

The pair was found guilty last month. They each face at least 15 years in prison.

Tennessee Department of Correction spokeswoman Dorinda Carter told News 2 the date was pushed back due to a scheduling conflict with the defense attorneys.

Worrick Robinson, Batey’s attorney, told News 2 he has another trial scheduled for March 6 and Albert Perez, Vandenburg’s attorney, also has a trial that same in California.

News 2 also learned the former football players will receive credit for the time they serve in prison prior to their sentencing.

Batey and Vandenburg remain at the Metro jail.