Following the Crimson Tide’s 52-49 defeat to the Volunteers on Saturday, wide receiver Jermaine Burton of Alabama is accused of hitting a female Tennessee supporter.
Emily Isaacs posted a video on social media in which she claimed Jermaine”smacked me in the head,” according to TMZ Sports.
Another admirer posted a clip that is similar on how Jermaine Burton smacking a girl
Before the report was published, Knoxville, Tennessee, police declined to comment to TMZ Sports on the situation. In a press conference, Alabama head coach Nick Saban confirmed the event and stated that the university was “currently working to obtain further facts.”
As the clock ran down, Chase McGrath made the go-ahead field goal, and Tennessee supporters flocked to the field at Neyland Stadium nearly instantly.
It made sense why the celebration was so frantic.
The Tide had defeated the Vols for 15 years in a row, and their supremacy highlighted the enormous gap that had developed between the two teams. Not only did Tennessee end that run at last, but the result also gave fans further encouragement that Josh Heupel’s 6-0 team is headed for the College Football Playoff.
However, there is a reason why rushing onto the field is discouraged by conference officials; as a result, Tennessee was fined $100,000 by the SEC.
It is frequently difficult to get opposing team players to the tunnel safely and unhindered since they have little time to leave the field before field-storming starts.
Even if it doesn’t condone violence from either players or supporters, administrators’ worries about fans in the stands probably include incidents like these.
teen wide receiver Burton transferred from Georgia and is now in his first year at Alabama. He has caught 18 catches for 266 yards and three touchdowns through seven games.