"The only way there would be a report of the situation is if he broke any laws," Blake said. "Because he didn't violate any laws and was very compliant, the situation was handled very easily."
The episode was captured on surveillance footage, but Blake said there was no need for the Nitro police to review the footage.
"He didn't commit a crime or anything like that," he said. "They wished that he be removed from the property, and he complied with that."
Luck investigated the matter on his own. While he provided no additional details, he said in a statement, "I believe inappropriate behavior did occur."
Luck was in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., Wednesday for the third and final day of the Big East Conference's annual spring meetings, but left early. The early departure was not related to the incident, university officials said.
Sources told the Daily Mail Luck knew about the incident right away. WVU said Wednesday Luck left Florida so he could attend a rifle team benefit in Morgantown later in the day.
"Coach Stewart and I have made it clear, and will reiterate, that our coaches and staff are representing the University and the state at all times," Luck said in the statement. "We expect them to always display appropriate behavior."
Based on the statements — and Luck said he would have no comment in the future — Holgorsen will not be punished for the incident. The conditions of his employment do cover conduct and consequences.
He signed a term sheet in December that defines his duties and responsibilities over the next six years. It also outlines expected behavior and explains circumstances for "Termination for Cause by WVU."
That sections says if Holgorsen is fired with cause WVU has 30 days to pay him only the money he's earned and has not been paid for "base salary, supplemental and incentive compensation." WVU would owe him nothing else in liquidated damages — or a buyout.
The term sheet doesn't define what offenses can lead to termination with cause and says the two sides will work to determine "standard and reasonable" parameters before they finalize the still-unsigned contract.
In all other coaching contracts, the university covers situations involving standard offenses, including "willful misconduct and gross negligence in performance of
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