When a Boise State football player refused to let go of a ball, a Brigham Young University player decided to take matters into his own hands and deliver a punch to the groin.
Ului Lapuaho, a sophomore offensive lineman for BYU, fell on a loose ball with Boise State's Chanceller James close behind. The two struggled on the ground for the ball before Lapuaho delivered a punch to the Boise State junior safety's groin.
Notably, James still held onto the ball.
Lapuaho did get flagged for a penalty but was not removed from the game. As the Washington Post reported, Lapuaho may still face disciplinary actions from the Mountain West Conference. BYU players are also supposed to adhere to the school's honor code, which includes treating people with respect.
The unranked BYU Cougars went on to defeat the No. 20 Boise State Broncos, 35-24 on Saturday.
(H/T: Sports Illustrated)