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"It is unfortunate, though quite expected, that law enforcement and a prosecutor would fail to see criminal conduct in a videotaped two-handed shove by a gentleman that weighs in excess of 250 pounds against a college student that he has an obligation to protect and instruct," Jackson wrote. "An apology does not lessen the impact of this coach's conduct nor does it lessen the university's responsibility to protect its students from this type of conduct or minimize the degree of culpability by this perpetrator."
Tranmer said the case was one best resolved internally at ISU.
Idaho State suspended Kramer for the game against Montana on Oct. 27. However, Kramer was allowed to coach the team during the week leading up to the game. The Idaho State Journal reports Kramer was given permission to travel to Missoula, but he chose not to.
Kramer has not commented publicly on the situation.
Steve Schaack, ISU's assistant athletic director for media relations, said Thursday the school would not comment on city attorney's decision.
"As an athletic department, because it is a matter investigated by the Pocatello Police Department, all questions are deferred to them," he said.
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