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This Texas A&M assistant needs to chill

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26 Comments for This Texas A&M assistant needs to chill



  1. gmwilson
    4:22 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    Exactly! He has been cracking me up.



  2. Time Expired
    4:24 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    Wow are these coaches crazy? Why smack on opposing players out of bounds. What a bunch of jerks. I hope WVU kicks their azzes all the way back to Texas.



    • J-Dub421
      4:37 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

      Those were rather blatant. I can’t believe A & M didn’t get some kind of penalty, or at least a warning. If a player had done the same there would have been an unsportsman-like conduct penalty. It should be the same for a coach.



  3. WillySpankit
    4:26 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    Well he’s fired.



  4. BTownUKFan
    4:30 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    Are people stupid. Everything….and I mean everything…is caught on camera these days. Not only should the guy be fired, he should be charged with assault. I take pride in SEC football but that crap is not necessary at all.
    If he does get fired, he’ll probably have a job offer from Petrino next week….just sayin’.
    GO CATS !!



  5. secrick
    4:32 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    Darn , at work but thought i would like for a&m to win but not sure now, this guy is an ass.



  6. gottodoit
    4:35 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    So, was he flagged for his stupidity, or did the refs miss it?



    • KevinM
      4:46 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

      No flags, ESPN announcers giving twitter credit for bringing this to their attention.

      There should be some penalty for this coach, who will be widely known very soon.



  7. BlueGrassBrass
    4:37 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    Not only is he fired, but I would bet that he never sees a football field again as a coach or even a water boy… DOUCHEBAG.



  8. Kevin C
    4:40 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    Needs to “chill”?? More like “needs to be sent to the locker room, fired by A&M, and banned from D1 football”.



  9. CPACAT
    4:47 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    Yeah, he’s fired. Not sure what A&M pays assistant coaches, but am darn sure it is a WHOLE lot more than I make, and this dude just pissed it away today. Interesting thing about social media, he’s hanging on the sideline right now, doesn’t even know that anyone knows about his actions, and it’s viral around the country already…SMH



  10. TrinityPills
    4:51 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    He’s now been sent to the locker room per deadspin and some lady on twitter.



  11. blubo
    4:51 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    ghost of woody hayes



  12. MIDDAY
    4:53 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    Maybe our new coach will pay him a short visit immediately after the game.



  13. J-Dub421
    4:53 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    I don’t think the dude should be fired, that seems a bit extreme. A player who made a late hit or got a personal foul wouldn’t be kicked off a team. However a one game suspension without pay seems appropriate.



    • catdaddyd
      5:18 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

      He should be fired, to do it once is one thing, but to do it twice is another. He suppose to exude discipline. If either of those players retilated they would be suspended.



    • HanOfTheBluegrass
      5:20 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

      A) This wasn’t a late hit. This was a deliberate cheap shot on a player.

      B) This isn’t a participant in the game getting a little overheated after some rough play. This is an adult coach hitting a player, and doing it more than once, when any contact with opposing players is prohibited and even rough contact with your own players can get you fired.

      C) What kind of example does it set for players or for young people watching when a coach is hitting players on the opposing team when the refs aren’t watching?



    • RexRox
      5:44 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

      I’m thinking that not only SHOULD he be fired, he WILL be fired within 48 hours max. Wouldn’t expect Kevin Sumlin to tolerate this behavior from a coach on his staff.



  14. BluKudzu
    5:04 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    I understand “getting caught up in the enthusiasm” but this is ridiculous at the very least.
    He needs to apologize to the players, their fans and coaches, as well as his team coaches and fans. Suspension and possible termination.
    If he were a player that is one thing, he is a coach and should not even be allowed to hit players, out of bounds. That is crazy.



  15. Bluebloodtoo
    5:32 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    Suspension at the absolute minimum, more likely dismissal is warranted. He might be able to explain one instance of this, but multiple instances suggest a much deeper problem in his character.



  16. chris47601
    5:56 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    FiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreDDDDDDDD!



  17. urincatland
    6:21 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    NCAA should ban him for life from EVER coaching in another Collegiate game!!!!! You don’t do kids like that regardless what team they’re playing for… I’d love to have seen that kid stomp his ARSE!!



  18. UKBlue1
    6:22 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    yea he just got himself fired



  19. Governor
    6:45 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    ESPN is reporting that he is a student assistant, played in 2012, got hurt with a career ending injury, and has been allowed on the team as a student assistant. Guess his days of student assisting are over.



  20. student_4life
    7:20 pm December 29, 2014 Permalink

    Banned from D1…. until Louisville comes calling!