Tulane football coach Curtis Johnson is not a fan of immature behavior on his football field. His rght tackle Sean Donnelly and defensive tackle Tanzel Smart found that out this week after the two threw some punches at one another during practice Wednesday. Johnson made them walk together hand-in-hand until they were needed on the field again, which was about 20 minutes. Check it out...

Johnson told The Times-Picayune...
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“Yeah, we had a little bit of an altercation and they kind of wasted some of my practice time, so I took a different approach in disciplining them,” “If they want to act like kindergarten kids, then I just want to treat them like kindergarten kids.”
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Cute .....really Cute
Reply77 months
My high school Offensive coordinator was a Marine Drill Sergeant and used to just let the Offensive players fight it out with each other. Afterwards we would just run one gasser and it was all good. This was in 2007 haha. Great times.
Reply77 months
lol
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