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Alabama player LaMichael Fanning total cheap shot on Missouri Running Back late in the game when both teams were killing the clock. Following 2 plays Fanning gets whipped up on by Missouri linemen.

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Arsenal Tech vs. Fort Wayne South brawl Coaches Acting Ratchet & Fighting In A Brawl During High School Football Game!

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After a "bad call", basketball player gets into a fight with the referee and punches him in the face. Fox news. nba basketball.

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I did not film this, the blue team was losing in the final seconds, and while dribbling out the clock this happened

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High school player attacks ref 12/15/10 Basketball Player SLAMS Referee Onto The Floor! Ref Gets Tossed by Desoto player
A high school basketball player was thrown out of the game and then threw a referee to the ground. It happened during a game between DeSoto and Port Charlotte high schools.

Desoto County Schools Superintendent Adrian Cline said he was in shock after watching the video for the first time.

"This is very disappointing. It's unacceptable," he said. "I've been a superintendent for a number of years and a principal for years before that and this is the first time I've been confronted with a student attacking an official."

In the video, it appears that the player got mad after a call. Things escalated after the referee ejected him from Monday night's game against Port Charlotte High School.

Citing student privacy, the superintendent declined to name the young man.

But we found out the player is senior Mason Holland.

Soon after the game, someone posted video of the incident on YouTube for

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High School Football Coach Faces Formal Bullying Accusations After 91-0 Win
High School Football Coach Faces Formal Bullying Accusations After 91-0 Win
High School Football Coach Faces Formal Bullying Accusations After 91-0 Win

Texas high school coach Tim Buchanan benched his starters after only 21 plays, kept to a conservative ground game and even allowed the clock to run uninterrupted after halftime to hasten the final whistle. Still, his Bearcats won 91-0.

Now the coach is facing formal accusations of bullying.

The impressive victory for undefeated Aledo High School, a football powerhouse in suburban Fort Worth that has put up similar numbers against other schools, has forced an investigation after a parent from the opposing team filed a bullying complaint. The complaint, which must be investigated under state law, says Buchanan should have done more to prevent the lopsided score.

"It wasn't good for anybody," Buchanan said of the Friday win over Western Hills in a Class 4A matchup. "I've sat and gone over and over and