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College Football Player Punches Out Coach On The Sideline

15 November 2017, 03:59 | Randall Craig

WATCH: Tennessee State player punches coach on sideline, gets kicked off team

TSU Football Player Expelled After Violent Incident During Game

Tennessee State triumphed over Southeast Missouri State this past Saturday, but no one really cares about the W thanks to the actions of Latrelle Lee.

Greenstone's job during games is to keep players away from the sidelines to avoid being penalized.

A football player at Tennessee State University was kicked off the team and expelled from school after he attacked a coach during a game on Saturday night.

Greenstone, a defensive tackle at Vanderbilt from 2007-11, was named TSU's strength and conditioning coach in 2016 and serves as the "get back" coach for the sideline.




Lee, a 6-foot-2, 240-pound part-time starter, was kicked off the team by coach Rod Reed and expelled, athletic director Teresa Phillips told The Tennessean.

Now, Nashville's Newschannel 5 has learned that, as of Monday morning, Latrelle Lee is no longer enrolled at Tennessee State. Through nine games this season, games Lee tallied 18 tackles and 3.5 tackles for loss. "We are committed to supporting the coach who was personally affected and our concern now is with him".

The Tennessean notes Greenstone is meeting with police today to decide whether he wants to press charges against Lee.



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