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Tennessee State Football Player Expelled From School For Knocking Coach Out

15 November 2017, 01:53 | Charlene Valdez

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

TSU Football Player Expelled After Violent Incident During Game

Latrelle Lee, a defensive end for the Tennessee State University Tigers has been kicked out of school for a cheap and vicious punch to the Tigers' head strength coach T.J. Greenstone.

Although hard to tell from the following video, Lee actually connected with two punches upon knocking Tigers head strength coach T.J. Greenstone to the ground. Greenstone twice in the head during last weekend's game against the Southest Missouri State Redhawks at Hale Stadium in Nashville.

The Tigers offense was on the field at the time as Greenstone walked down the sideline telling players to move back if they were too close.

Greenstone's job during games is keeping players off the sidelines so the team doesn't get penalized.


Lee was a senior at Tennessee State who had made two starts this season, registering 18 tackles and 3.5 tackles for loss on the year.

Per the report, Greenstone is a former Vanderbilt player who oversees all of the school's athletic programs.

"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".

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



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