An official signals that a kick was good in the second half of the Liberty Bowl NCAA college football game between Texas A&M and West Virginia Monday, Dec. 29, 2014, in Memphis, Tenn. Texas A&M won 45-37. A Texas A&M assistant coach was forced to remain in the locker room for the second half after punching two West Virginia players on the sidelines.
An official signals that a kick was good in the second half of the Liberty Bowl NCAA college football game between Texas A&M and West Virginia Monday, Dec. 29, 2014, in Memphis, Tenn. Texas A&M won 45-37. A Texas A&M assistant coach was forced to remain in the locker room for the second half after punching two West Virginia players on the sidelines. Mark Humphrey Associated Press
An official signals that a kick was good in the second half of the Liberty Bowl NCAA college football game between Texas A&M and West Virginia Monday, Dec. 29, 2014, in Memphis, Tenn. Texas A&M won 45-37. A Texas A&M assistant coach was forced to remain in the locker room for the second half after punching two West Virginia players on the sidelines. Mark Humphrey Associated Press
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December 30, 2014 10:07 AM

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