Last week, former Wisconsin WR Quintez Cephus was found not guilty of sexual assault.

Going back in time to when he was first charged, Cephus was expelled from the University of Wisconsin. He then went through the whole process and eventually was found not guilty. He noted that once that happened, his biggest focus was on getting back to school.

On Tuesday, Cephus applied for readmission to Wisconsin. He is seeking an answer from the university by Thursday.

How will it all play out? Only time well tell.

However, on Wednesday, Chryst spoke with the media for the first time since news broke about Cephus being found not guilty. Here’s what Chryst had to say about the whole situation, without being asked about it:

“I’d say [there’s] not one guy on this team and coaches [that doesn’t] want, truly, first and foremost, whatever’s best for Q to help him go forward,” Chryst said. “That’s what we want. However that plays out, if it’s best for Q, then we couldn’t be anymore excited for him that way.”

Chryst and the Badgers want him back. It’s now up to the university to make it happen.

In Cephus’ 16 career games played during his freshman and sophomore years combined, he caught 34 passes for 595 yards and 6 TD.