After the Armed Forces Bowl game on Thursday, a large-scale quarrel broke out and Mississippi State University defeated Tulsa of Fort Worth, Texas 28-26.
It is not clear what triggered this battle, which included kicks and punches, and attracted several members of both teams. When shaking hands after the game, some push started near the midfield and splashed to the sidelines at the beginning.
Mississippi State University coach Mike Leach said: “This is stupid. No matter what the root is, it is the root of stupidity. It is the root of stupidity and it is a continuation of it.” “I will be solid in the dumb category. I’m not sure where the dumb guy starts now.”
Tulsa coach Philip Montgomery also did not provide a reason for starting the fight.
Montgomery said: “What I want to say is our plan, our people, we are a team that will support each other, we will fight.” “We talked about faith, family, football and family will take care of the family. We are A team that has been fighting all year round. We are fighting again today. From this perspective, our people will continue to protect each other and go from there.”
Leach said that a group of Tulsa players hovered in the warm-up match before the Mississippi State game and were “talking”, but would not further speculate on the reasons that might lead to an escalation.
Rich said: “I haven’t watched enough movies or similar movies to completely let go of our dependence on this matter.”
After the pre-match incident, the game became fancy. The two teams totaled 18 penalties.
As the situation calmed down, Kendarin Ray, a safe area in Tulsa, was believed to be helped off the court.
Montgomery said: “I think he may have some form of concussion, and we will stay on the concussion.”