During games, Greenstone, a former Vanderbilt football player, is charged with keeping players who aren't in the game from getting too close to the sideline to avoid a penalty.
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.
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The Tennessee State defensive end punched his team's strength coach, T.J. Greenstone, in the head Saturday, knocking him out with a pair of blows during the team's Ohio Valley Conference game against Southeast Missouri. According to the Tennessean, Greenstone was walking down the sideline telling players get back up while the offense was on the field just prior to the incident.
The Post has reached out to Nashville police and Tennessee State University police to see if any further action will be taken against Lee, and will update this post if needed.
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He chose to transfer two weeks later with a full release from Ohio State and a letter of endorsement from Matta to the NCAA. State spokesman Fred Demarest said the school received word that the NCAA had ruled in N.C.
The school, which would not even confirm the name of the student involved in the sideline incident, has not officially announced that Lee has been expelled. Even if Greenstone did say something to provoke Lee, punching him probably wasn't worth Lee ruining his chance at earning a degree.
Lee, who is 6-foot-2, 240 pounds, started two games for the Tigers this season and registered 18 tackles, including three and a half tackles for loss.
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