An Alabama football star was caught by ESPN’s cameras throwing multiple punches at a Missouri lineman while he was on the ground after a play. Somehow, the Crimson Tide standout wasn’t ejected.Raekwon Davis, a junior All-SEC defensive lineman for Nick Saban’s team, was penalized for some after-the-play misconduct.Raekwon Davis just gave a three-body-punch combination to a Missouri offensive lineman who was sitting on the ground.— Creg Stephenson (@CregStephenson) October 14, 2018ESPN’s replays showed the lineman throwing punches at the Missouri player.Check it out:Raekwon Davis throwing a few blows. #Bama #RollTide#Mizzou #MIZZvsBAMA pic.twitter.com/0ztcSdlfcs— Kyle Walker (@MrKyleWalker) October 14, 2018That…seems like something that should result in an ejection.While this did not earn Davis an ejection tonight, it’s probably something that the SEC will look at during the week. It wouldn’t be surprising to see the league punish Davis for what he was caught doing on video here.Alabama currently leads Missouri, 39-10. The game is on ESPN.
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