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Security video shows Kentucky QB sucker-punched by EKU player

Police released two different videos of fights between Kentucky and Eastern Kentucky players. They play this season.

A new police report has been released concerning a Jan. 25 fight between football players at the University of Kentucky and Eastern Kentucky, via the Lexington Herald-Leader. Included in the report is video from an Eastern Kentucky dormitory, where Kentucky quarterback Drew Barker was sucker-punched by a former Wildcats player:

A Madison County grand jury announced they would not indict Kentucky players Dorian Baker, Tymere Dubose and quarterback Drew Barker earlier in April. Eastern Kentucky offensive lineman Colton Scurry suffered multiple facial fractures in the incident at a Richmond (Ky.) bar. Scurry was not indicted either, but Tuesday's report from the Richmond Police announced he was the "primary aggressor in the altercation."

The fight did not stop at the bar, however. Richmond police also released video of Barker being sucker-punched in an Eastern Kentucky dorm by EKU player Patrick Graffree, who transferred to the school from Kentucky after the 2012 season. The incident reportedly took place just hours after the altercation at the bar.

Richmond Police also released video of the original altercation at the bar:

The two teams play Oct. 3 in Lexington.