The University of Florida finally released the official police report of the sexual battery incident involving true freshman quarterback Treon Harris.

However, the school redacted nearly all of the information within the 18-page report with the exception of time and location of the incident, the birthdate, height and weight of Harris as well as the officers who reported to the scene.

Based off the only information that was available in the report, police were called to the Springs Residential Complex on the University of Florida campus around 12:45 a.m. Sunday morning.

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Harris, a native of Miami, Fla., was accused of sexual battery early Sunday morning following the team’s win over Tennessee the day before. Normally the backup quarterback, Harris stepped into the starting role late in the game and led the Gators to 10 unanswered points for a 10-9 victory. He was expected to take over the starting role from redshirt junior quarterback Jeff Driskel.

Regarding the report, usually certain info is redacted such as the victim’s personal information. But the university decided to redact virtually everything in the Harris report, which has raised some eyebrows.

Head coach Will Muschamp spoke publicly about the Harris investigation for the first time Wednesday morning in front of the media.

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“The statement that the university released Monday I think was pretty self-explanatory,” Muschamp said. “It’s a very serious charge and there’s been no change in his status. So that’s kind of where we are. I don’t have anything additional to add.”

In the release by the university earlier in the week, the school announced that Harris had been suspended from all team activities. Per Edgar Thompson of The Orlando Sentinel, because of the school’s policy in code of conduct review, Harris could still face consequences from the school even if he is not criminally charged.

Muschamp and the athletic department cancelled Florida’s weekly media availability on Monday in light of the events that occurred over the weekend.

“With the situation Monday and the seriousness of it, I felt like it was a little insensitive to have a football press conference,” Muschamp added. “I think it is today, too. But we’ve got to move forward.”