"We are concerned anytime a student-athlete is mentioned in a police report. We do not condone any behavior that doesn't meet University standards or our football program's standards, and we go to great lengths to actively educate our student-athletes regarding appropriate conduct.
"We have the utmost confidence in the local law enforcement authorities to determine the facts in all instances involving our student-athletes, and will reserve further judgment or comment until further information is available."
Chip Kelly's Statement
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