Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Three Kentucky players allegedly involved with bar fight with Western Kentucky OL.

The Kentucky and Eastern Kentucky football programs both have a big headache on their hands this morning. Three members of the Kentucky football program were allegedly involved with an altercation with a EKU player in a Richmond, KY bar.



According to witnesses of the incident, EKU offensive lineman Colton Scurry got into a scuffle with Kentucky football team members Dorian Baker (wide receiver) Drew Barker (quarterback), and defensive end Tymere Dubose.

Witnesses to the incident claim say Scurry was the instigator of the incident, which resulted in him receiving what's described by his father as "multiple facial fractures." Deadspin is reporting that Scurry was hit over the head with a beer bottle.

An EKU spokesman said the school is investigating the incident. A spokesman from the University of Kentucky declined to comment.

The Lexington Courier-Journal reports that Baker, Barker, and Dubose were suspended for one game earlier in the 2014 season due to an incident on campus involving what's described as "an airsoft pellet gun scare."

(via The Lexington Courier-Journal)


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