Officials said Tyreek Hill and his mom intend to post his bond, which was set at $15,000.
The police report detailed that Hill was arrested because he choked and punched his pregnant girlfriend.
Bedlam was the last time star speedster Tyreek Hill captured the emotions of Oklahoma State fans everywhere.
"I was really excited like knocking over a table," said OSU student Meagan St. Clair.
Friday, Hill brought on an entirely different kind of emotional bedlam for OSU fans.
"It's disappointing, I consider OSU to have really good people," said St. Clair.
Hill was arrested late Thursday night for domestic abuse by strangulation.
According to the police report, Hill's girlfriend told authorities he "threw her around like a ragdoll."
She continued in the report saying Hill "punched her in her face, busted her lip, punched her in her stomach and choked her."
The police report stated those actions left "bruises and abrasions to her left eye, left cheek just under the eye, neck, inside the upper left lip and lower right cheek."
All this happened while she said she's "8 weeks pregnant with his child."
"A lot of people look up to our players here," said St. Clair.
"I didn't think it could ever happen here at OSU. I thought our players were better than this," said another OSU student, Dylan Cannon.
A Payne County judge ruled Hill not to make any contact with his girlfriend while out on bond.
“It breaks my heart," said St. Clair.
Hill's girlfriend also told police Hill was aggressive with her before, but it was not this bad.
Hill is expected to be back in court Jan. 13.
News 9 contacted the university for a statement, but did not receive an official response before this story aired.
However, News 9 did receive the following statement just after 6:30 p.m.:
“Oklahoma State University does not tolerate domestic abuse or violence. Based on the evidence and the serious allegations that have been made, Head Football Coach Mike Gundy has announced that Tyreek Hill has been dismissed from the OSU football team. He also has been dismissed from the track team. The allegations are under investigation by Stillwater Police and by the OSU Office of Student Conduct. Those processes will proceed independently.”