By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
In a sickening act on Saturday, Tennessee Volunteers wide receiver Jauan Jennings showed no respect to college football. Nor, did he show any respect to the Vanderbilt Commodores.
Jennings stomped on the uncovered face of Vanderbilt Commodores player Justice Shelton-Mosley late in their contest. The incident happened with 3:06 left in the game.
The Volunteers won the contest with a 28-10 win. However, Jennings lack of respect nearly caused a brawl between the two rival schools.
The incident began when Jennings tackled Shelton-Mosley out of bounds. The tackle drove Shelton-Mosley into the Volunteers sidelines.
The hit that took him well into the bench, Shelton-Mosley’s helmet came off. Then, Jennings used his clear to stomp on the Commodores player’s uncovered face.
Vanderbilt players rushed to the aid of their teammate, as they were furious with Jennings actions. There was shoving between the two schools.
According to the Tennessean, several Vanderbilt players ran towards the Tennessee bench. However, they were stopped by the coaches.
This was Jennings last home game at Neyland Stadium. If the Southeastern Conference does anything, he’ll be suspended for the team’s Bowl game.