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Memphis, BYU ADs to examine fight

Memphis, BYU ADs to examine fight

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The jaunty directors at  Memphis and  BYU are expressing bewail over the fight following a Tigers’ 55-48 overtime victory over a Cougars in a Miami Beach Bowl on Monday.

Memphis jaunty executive Tom Bowen pronounced he and manager Justin Fuente will examination video over a subsequent few days and take “appropriate disciplinary measures.” He combined in a matter Tuesday: “Hopefully, it will be a training doctrine for both teams.”

“I don’t know what happened during a end, initial of all, so we don’t know how dissapoint we am,” Fuente pronounced after a game. “I’m certain I’ll see it eventually. It’s not who we are, it’s not what we wish to represent. we wish it doesn’t take divided from an implausible football game, for both sides.”

BYU jaunty executive Tom Holmoe apologized to fans around Twitter.

After DaShaughn Terry‘s game-clinching interception in overtime Monday, dozens from both sidelines headed toward a center of a field, with many punching and grabbing.

Cameras showed blood streaming from a face of BYU defensive behind Kai Nacua as he came from behind to punch Memphis parsimonious finish Alan Cross, who was being calm by someone from a Tigers’ staff, in a head.

“You wish them to arise above that and have illusory sportsmanship,” BYU manager Bronco Mendenhall said. “I’m certain if we go behind and look, there’ll be an instance or dual that ignited. Probably a infancy wanted to hoop it unequivocally well.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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