“I made a statement after the game that the facts do not support the allegation,” Carr said in his weekly Big Ten conference call. “I maintain that still true and I think it will prove to be accurate in the outcome.”
Carr went on to suggest that the details in the story alleging that Arrington possibly drove while intoxicated were not veracious.
“As I mentioned, that police report…I think there’s a few cases down through history where there are inaccuracies,” he said. “That’s really all I’m going to say on that matter.”
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