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Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly involved in scuffle during high school football game

Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly was involved Friday night in an altercation while attending his brother's high school football game at his alma mater, St. Joseph's in Buffalo, N.Y.

Per The Buffalo News' Budd Bailey, this is how the event transpired:

Casey Kelly, the St. Joe's starting quarterback, was tackled near the sideline on the play. Suddenly there was an outbreak of pushing and shoving.

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Chad Kelly, Casey's brother and the current quarterback at Mississippi, was spotted on the field during the incident. Buffalo News video and photographs showed Chad Kelly being pushed away from the area of conflict. Chad Kelly, who graduated from St. Joe's in 2012, is apparently back in Buffalo during his team's bye week.

Here is the video from the incident:

Here is some of Timon/Joes brawl… Chad Kelly ran across field to opposing bench(early in vid), later gets pushed back to sideline. pic.twitter.com/HkEa8Ki9jJ

— Tom Martin (@4TomMartin) October 8, 2016

And further information:

.@OleMissFB @ckelly_10 is restrained at a HSFootball game after leaving the stands to come to the aid of his brother @TheBuffaloNews pic.twitter.com/ZjArbqB5Ks

— Harry Scull Jr (@hsjrphoto) October 8, 2016

Brawl between @TimonFootball @SJCIfootball has postponed game. Chad Kelly needed to be restrained after brother hit late. @TWCNewsBuffalo pic.twitter.com/73FcpWEKja

— Jon Scott (@JonTWCNews) October 8, 2016

For context, fight started literally on top of Chad's brother, Casey, who took late hit. Chad was on the field after shoving escalated.

— Tom Martin (@4TomMartin) October 8, 2016

When the brawl occurred with 6 minutes, 30 seconds left in the second quarter against Bishop Timon-St. Jude, the game was immediately suspended. Ole Miss is currently on a bye week, and their athletic department has not yet released a statement regarding tonight's events.

UPDATE: 12:06 a.m.

Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze issued a statement on Twitter:

pic.twitter.com/GxOYet1ShB

— Hugh Freeze (@CoachHughFreeze) October 8, 2016