Kentucky QB sucker-punched by EKU player after bar fight

Kentucky QB sucker-punched by EKU player after bar fight

Published Apr. 17, 2015 7:07 a.m. ET

Drew Barker and Patrick Graffree used to be teammates, but it's unlikely they'll be getting together to relive those days anytime soon.

Barker is a quarterback at the University of Kentucky, which is where Graffree, a defensive lineman, used to play. Graffree now plays at Eastern Kentucky and there seems to be bad blood between the two Bluegrass State schools after a fight-filled night in January.

This week police and EKU released graphic security cam footage from inside Eastern Kentucky's Telford Hall showing Barker being sucker punched by Graffree.

Check it out in the video above.


According to, the incident stemmed from a bar fight earlier in the night, which allegedly was started by EKU's Colton Scurry. Three Kentucky players returned to the hall with a female student, and that's when Graffree sucker-punched Barker.

A grand jury decided against indicting any of the players involved, according to


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