Found September 12, 2012 on TheMatadorSports:
Freshman linebacker Jamie Kuntz, 18, was kicked off the North Dakota State College of Sciences football team for kissing a much-older man during a football game and then lying about it.  Coach Chuck Parsons was adamant that Kuntz was dismissed from the team for lying, not for being gay. On September 1, 2012, the Wildcats traveled to Pueblo, Colo. to face the Snow College Badgers.  Since Kuntz did not dress for the game and is recovering from a concussion, he was up in the press box videotaping the team’s 63-17 loss.  During the game, Kuntz’ 65-year old boyfriend was in the press box, leaned over, and suddenly gave Kuntz a kiss.  A startled teammate, who apparently has never been exposed to homosexuality, immediately told Coach Parsons what he witnessed.  Parsons confronted Kuntz about the kiss.  Kuntz lied and told his coach that the man that kissed him was his grandfather.  At that point the issue was resolved.  However, Kuntz couldn’t live with the guilt and on the next day came c...

College linebacker Jamie Kuntz says he was kicked off team for kissing boyfriend

Jamie Kuntz used to play football at North Dakota State College of Sciences before he was seen kissing his boyfriend. The freshman linebacker says he was basically kicked off the team for being gay, although head coach Chuck Parsons says it was because he lied. The 18-year-old Kuntz says he was in the press box with his 65-year-old boyfriend at a game against Show College in Colorado...
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