OXFORD — There is video of the Chad Kelly fight at a Buffalo bar early Sunday morning.Deadspin.com released the video Monday. It’s 24 seconds long, and includes Kelly scuffling with a pair of bouncers before being pulled back and taken across the street. You cannot hear Kelly telling the bouncers, “I’m going to go … and get my AK-47 and spray this place” — which is what a police report obtained by the Buffalo News alleges Kelly as having said. Kelly, who signed with Ole Miss last Wednesday and was the favorite in some circles to be Ole Miss’ starting quarterback in 2015, was eventually charged with seven misdemeanors and violations stemming from the incident (which also included kicking and swinging while police officers tried to remove him from a vehicle). He was released without bail, and his next court date is Jan. 5. Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze is not expected to make a final decision on Kelly’s status with the team until then. Ole Miss QB recruit arrested Deadspin quotes an anonymous source (the same one that gave them the video) as saying that Kelly was struck in the face prior to the recording, and then spit some blood on one of the bouncers. You can hear the latter being said during the video, just before the physical contact started. The incident occurred at Encore, a Buffalo area bar and restaurant, at 3:15 a.m. Sunday. Ole Miss was not aware of the incident until Sunday evening, when the Buffalo News first reported the story. Kelly, who won a championship at East Mississippi Community College earlier this month, was kicked off Clemson’s team in April after arguing with coaches in the spring game. Despite being a highly-rated high school quarterback and recording impressive numbers at EMCC (including nearly 4,000 passing yards and 47 touchdowns), there was little interest in Kelly before Ole Miss began recruiting him. Freeze said Wednesday, the day Kelly signed with Ole Miss, that he did not decide to offer him a scholarship until meeting with Kelly and his family during an in-home visit after the junior college national championship game.“Was convinced he was the guy we wanted to go on,” Freeze said. Kelly was recruited to add competition to a quarterback battle between redshirt freshmen Ryan Buchanan and DeVante Kincade. The two have been Bo Wallace’s backups this season, but were inconsistent.