Sport Video of player punching coach in head during game surfaces

03:21  15 november  2017
03:21  15 november  2017 Source:   Sportsnaut

VIDEO: Tennessee State Player Expelled After Punching Strength Coach on Sideline

  VIDEO: Tennessee State Player Expelled After Punching Strength Coach on Sideline Devastating.

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According to police reports, Simpson claims he was walking off the field in frustration during the game (his team ended up losing 34-12), and punched his coach because Cutter threatened to “ punch (him) into the dirt.” In an era where we have coaches placing bounties on opposing players ’ heads , we

a close up of a toy ball © Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports A Tennessee State football player was recently kicked off the team and expelled from school, and after watching a video that was released to the public, we now know why.

Tennessee State defensive lineman Latrelle Lee was seen punching strength coach TJ Greenstone in the head — twice — during their win over Southeast Missouri State, which sent the man to the ground.

It really is a shame that none of Lee’s teammates helped Greenstone afterward, which you can see in the video.

Luckily, Greenstone was okay afterward, but as for Lee, he shouldn’t be allowed to play football for any team going forward. What he did was absolutely disgusting, and that type of behavior does not belong on the field — or anywhere, really.

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