College Football Player Expelled After Punching Coach In Head

College Football Player Expelled After Punching Coach In Head

College Football Player Expelled After Punching Coach In Head

A Tennessee State football player, defensive end Latrelle Lee, recently sucker punched a coach while on the sideline.

The incident occurred in TSU's home win over over Southeast Missouri. Lee was immediately booted from the sidelines by head coach Rod Reed, and as of yesterday is no longer enrolled at TSU.

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A former football player at Vanderbilt, Greenstone has been with the team for four seasons. Lee is seen in videos footage hitting Greenstone twice on the side of his head. The coach crumples to the ground after the second punch, while Lee's teammates look on.

"We, of course, do not condone any act of violence within our department and are very disturbed by the action of one of our students", Tennessee State athletic director Teresa Phillips said in a statement.

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Monday, the 22-year-old was expelled from the university.

Expulsion really could not have come at a worse time for Lee, as he was a senior Criminal Justice major and Honor Roll member previous year. He did not play in Saturday's game, according to a report from The Tennessean. He started in two games this season and six last season.

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Lee was majoring in criminal justice and was named to the Ohio Valley Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll.

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