Ricky Aguayo, FSU Frat Fight Video from 2016 Released by TMZ

Mike Chiari@mikechiariFeatured ColumnistNovember 29, 2017

TALLAHASSEE, FL - NOVEMBER 26: Ricky Aguayo #23 of the Florida State Seminoles looks on against the Florida Gators during the game at Doak Campbell Stadium on November 26, 2016 in Tallahassee, Florida. Florida State defeated Florida 31-13. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
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TMZ Sports released video Wednesday morning of a December 2016 fight involving Florida State kicker Ricky Aguayo in front of an FSU fraternity house.

The video showed Aguayo fighting a man in a Santa hat in front of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity house before Florida State tight end Ryan Izzo stepped in to break it up.

Aguayo then tried to fight another man directly in front of the house, but Izzo shoved the man down and escorted Aguayo away from the scene.

In the video, one person made mention of Aguayo's brother and former Florida State kicker, Roberto Aguayo, saying, "Your brother never did this s--- ... that's why I respected your brother ... not you, you little b----."

The video's release came after a police report from the incident was released Tuesday.

Karl Etters of the Tallahassee Democrat acquired nearly two dozen police reports involving the fraternity amid an investigation into the death of a Pi Kappa Phi pledge, and one contained details from the fight with Aguayo.

The kicker told police he was "jumped" by members of the fraternity in the early hours of Dec. 2, 2016, after they heckled him for a poor performance in a 31-13 win over the Florida Gators.

TMZ Sports reported that Aguayo didn't appear to be jumped in the video, although the moments leading up to the fight weren't included in the video.

The police report noted Aguayo had blood on his face and swelling consistent with being punched, although he decided not to press charges or receive medical attention.

It was also stated in the police report that Izzo arrived on the scene to escort Aguayo away and that both men had been drinking despite being 20 and 19 at the time, respectively.

Aguayo is in the midst of his sophomore season for the Seminoles. He was named an All-ACC honorable mention this week after converting 15 of his 18 field-goal attempts and all 33 of his extra-point attempts this year.