Youngstown State Football Coach Banned From the Sideline After Hip Checking Opposing Player

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There’s in bounds, and then there’s out of bounds. Youngstown State football’s director of player personnel Tim Johnson has been permanently banned from the sideline for the rest of the season after he took a shot at an opponent. The school released a statement this week and announced his suspension.

YSU Director of Player Personnel Tim Johnson will not be permitted on the sidelines for the remainder of the spring football season, Youngstown State and the Missouri Valley Football Conference announced on Monday.

Tim Johnson Statement: “I apologize to UNI, Youngstown State, the Missouri Valley Football Conference and our community for what occurred on Saturday. As a member of the YSU Football staff, my actions are held in high regard and that should have never occurred. Again, I deeply apologize to all who have been impacted by my actions.”

A former All-American for the Penguins, Johnson is in his first season as a member of the Youngstown State football staff.


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A former All-American for the Penguins, Johnson is in his first season as a member of the Youngstown State football staff.

Did he really think no one would notice him sticking out his shoulder and leg?

I mean geez, what the hell was this guy thinking.


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