An Army football coach may extremely well get in concussion procedure after he was head-butted by among his own gamers throughout the Black Knights game at Cincinnati.
The gamer in concern is senior offensive lineman Mike Johnson, who– while still using his helmet– head-butted what appeared to be fullbacks coach Mike Viti, himself a previous fullback for the Black Knights and a 2008 West Point alum. He was plainly shocked after the encounter, and needed to be held up:
Football coaches shouldn’t headbutt players wearing helmets. pic.twitter.com/HzDZDIQBrH
— Steve Fuller (@fullsteve) September 26, 2020
While its definitely not the very best practice to head-butt other people, it earns less sense to participate in the practice while just private is wearing protective headgear. That might be the last we see of head-butting in between players and coaches on the sideline.
Or, a minimum of up until Viti clears concussion protocol.