Tennessee State football player kicked off team for hitting coach on sidelines

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

Video from the game shows Lee punch strength and conditioning coach T.J. Greenstone multiple times until Greenstone fell to the ground. Greenstone twice in the head during last weekend's game against the Southest Missouri State Redhawks at Hale Stadium in Nashville.

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The Tennessean reported that Greenstone, a former Vanderbilt football player, was scheduled to meet with campus police on Tuesday to discuss the incident.

Before the getting duffed in the face, Greenstone told Lee to back away from the sideline. "We are committed to supporting the coach who was personally affected and our concern now is with him". Lee was a senior majoring in criminal justice and was included on the 2016 Ohio Valley Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll, according to USA TODAY's Mike Organ. He recorded 18 tackles this season, but did not play in Saturday's game.

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Tennessee State announced that Lee has been kicked off the team and expelled from the university.

University officials were informed and as of 10:30 a.m. on Monday the student has been withdrawn from school.

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