Denzel Nkemdiche is currently a redshirt junior at Ole Miss. (Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)
Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze said further punishment could be heading the way of linebacker Denzel Nkemdiche after Freeze viewed a videotape of Nkemdiche cursing out a group of rival fans.
According to the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, Freeze looked at the video made during spring break before it was deleted and said that video did not make Nkemdiche look good.
Nkemdiche is already suspended for team's season opener against Boise State after he was arrested last month and charged with disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace.
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“I'm not happy with him, not proud of it, hope he's not," Freeze said. “The process may be longer now. I'm not going to be put in a box on it. He'll have to change some of his ways to get back right with us."
Nkemdiche was a All-SEC second-team selection last season, playing in 10 games and recording 35 total tackles.
Nkemdiche and his brother, Robert, are also the subjects of a lawsuit, which claimed they punched and kicked a man at a party last year.