Mississippi State's Dillon Day denies intentionally stomping LSU players

Monday September 22nd, 2014

Mississippi State center Dillon Day released a statement saying he did not intentionally stomp on two LSU players.

Day was shown on television jumping and landing on two LSU players during the game. During each play, the 6-foot-4, 300-pounder was running toward a ball carrier and leaped in the air as the ball carrier was tackled. Day landed on Devon Godchaux's stomach and Rashard Robinson's leg.

LSU coach Les Miles said the team has sent the tapes to the SEC for review, according to ESPN.

Day released the following statement:

Mississippi State upset LSU 34-29 on Saturday.


- Paul Palladino

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