Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports
CBSSports.com is reporting that a Madison County grand jury has chosen not to indict three Kentucky football players that were involved in a bar fight with an Eastern Kentucky player in January.
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"Having heard testimony from witnesses and having considered the evidence, it is the decision of the Madison County grand jury to not indict anyone," read a statement about the decision.

Kentucky quarterback Drew Barker, receiver Dorian Baker and defensive tackle Tymere Dubose had all been interviewed by police following a fight outside a Richmond bar on Jan. 25. Colton Scurry, a football player at Eastern Kentucky, suffered a broken nose and facial fractures in the fight, and was hospitalized to treat his injuries.
Kentucky did not issue a comment on the grand jury's decision.
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The so called Grand Jury let the Thugs go. Always make it your mission to get those thugs who jumped you. 3 on 1. Cowards at Kentucky is what the article should have read.
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You talk shite...expect to get shite back. I think the EKU player is looking foolish by starting shite with Barker and ended up getting his shite kicked in. A trail would had made him look like the biggest puss, reason why he never filed charges. I will say this, I think the 3 involved from UK are paying dearly with early morning workouts as punishment (so I have been told by the neighbor who works with UKAA.
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They get a lot of perks being an athlete....even in the cj system. Nah they don't need to get paid with all the hook ups they receive.
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Does that take the Fulmer Cup points off the board for UK?
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