The road to replacing Dr. Bo's shoes as the Ole Miss quarterback was never going to be easy, but it seemed that Chad "$wag" Kelly was determined at times to make it damn near impossible.
But according to report released by ESPN, a judge in Buffalo, N.Y. has given Kelly the thumbs up and agreed that he has met the requirements that were laid out for him in his plea bargain. Kelly was arrested for getting his gangster tested at the club, yelling "bro" mulitple times and allegedly blurting out that he had a selective-fire, gas-operated assault rifle in his vehicle that he was going to utilize to settle the verbal scuffle with some bouncer rascals.
As part of the deal, Kelly agreed to complete 50 hours of community service. Mr. $wag wasted no time by servicing the community of Niagara Falls, N.Y. by providing meals for the homeless. It wasn't long before word got around that $wag was rambling around Oxford completing various tasks to please Mr. Judgey Judge Pants in Buffalo and head coach Hugh Freeze.
Now that this distraction can be cleared from Kelly's swagnoggin, he can focus on more important things like hollerin' at that No. 1 QB spot, bruh. Can he do it? Time will tell, but for the time being, Kelly is in Haiti with his teammates and coaches, which was a decision he made ALL ON HIS OWN, Y'ALL, SHUT UP.