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Rutgers lineman legit punches QB in face after TD

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

During the first quarter, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights football team scored a touchdown against the Boston College Eagles dense. At the point of the touchdown, it was the longest play of the game.

Artur Sitkowski hit Raheem Blackshear for a 74-yard touchdown reception. Rutgers center Mike Maietti went to celebrate with Sitkowski.

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However, in his celebration, he legitimately hit Sitkowski in the helmet with a punch as the game was tied at 7-7 with this touchdown. Sitkowski had his head knocked back after being surprised by the punch.

The two players then run off of the field.

It appears this was just an accident as Maietti was too excited following the touchdown.

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