Eastern Kentucky University has reinstated the two football players it suspended in April for their actions in two fights involving University of Kentucky football players in January.
Colton Scurry and Patrick Graffree will both be eligible to play for EKU this season. The Colonels visit Kentucky for a game at Commonwealth Stadium on Oct. 3.
"After allowing the legal process and the Eastern Kentucky University student judicial process to run their course, student-athletes Colton Scurry and Patrick Graffree have been fully reinstated to the football team," the school said in a news release Monday. "Scurry and Graffree have met all university, athletic department and team requirements."
The release did not specify what requirements the two players had to meet.
When Athletics Director Steve Lochmueller announced the suspensions in April, he did not name the players, but both were identified in police reports involving two separate incidents in Richmond on Jan. 25.
The first was a fight at a bar involving Colonels offensive lineman Scurry and UK quarterback Drew Barker, wide receiver Dorian Baker and defensive lineman Tymere Dubose.
Later, at a campus dorm, Telford Hall security video showed EKU defensive tackle and former UK signee Graffree punching Barker in the side of the head.
Graffree, an Elizabethtown native who will be a junior this fall, played in 12 games last season and had 26 tackles, two interceptions and six quarterback hurries.
Scurry, who will also be a junior, is from Fayetteville, Ga.
Both players are listed on EKU's 2015 football roster. Their names had been removed in the wake of their suspensions.
A Madison County grand jury decided not to indict anyone involved in the fights.