Found November 10, 2012 on
Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville may have been upset, but the displaced hat and headset of his assistant is probably far less worse than what Tuberville will face after a display of — ahem — emotion on Saturday. Tuberville was not pleased after his team got caught with 12 men on the field during a pivotal 4th-and-2, and he let an assistant know it, flipping the assistant’s hat and headset off as he berated him. The verbal lashing continued as the assistant reached over to pick up his displaced hardware and put it back on. Tuberville will likely be hearing about the move from the league or school’s disciplinarians — or anyone concerned with basic decency. Check out Tuberville’s move in the video below.

Texas Tech coach downplays sideline outburst

A video of Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville appearing to slap a graduate assistant went viral on the Internet even as the No. 25 Red Raiders were still playing Kansas on Saturday. The third-year coach downplayed what appeared to be an outburst on the sideline in the third quarter of Texas Tech's 41-34 victory in double overtime. Tuberville said he didn't mean to hit graduate...

Texas Tech Coach Tommy Tuberville Slaps Graduate Assistant on the Sideline

Meet  Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville and his graduate assistant ahead of special teams.  Tommy couldn't control himself after the team had difficulty getting the right personnel on the field for a special teams play.  It looks like he either slaps the assistant or rips his headphones off his head.  Here is what the coach had to say about the incident.  "It wasn...

Tommy Tuberville Attacks Assistant Coach

Texas Tech head coach Tommy Tuberville was pretty upset after his Red Raiders’ offense received a penalty for having too many men on the field against Kansas on Sunday. He was so upset that he ripped the headset off of offensive graduate assistant Kevin Oliver. When you watch the video in real time it looked like Tuberville slapped his coach in the face but the slo-mo reveals that...

Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville Rips Headset Off Assistant

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Video: Tommy Tuberville slaps assistant coach during game

The Texas Tech Red Raiders are currently involved in a tight one against the Kansas Jayhawks. Emotions are definitely running high as evidenced by Texas Tech head coach Tommy Tuberville as he "disciplined" an assistant coach by knocking off his hat and head set after a less than acceptable play. Easy coach, easy.Via The Big Lead.

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Tommy Tuberville slaps Grad Assistant

Oh boy. This isn't going to end good. Texas Tech head coach Tommy Tuberville is in deep doo-doo tonight after he was caught on video during the Tech/Kansas game, slapping the headphones off of a Graduate Assistant. You'll see it about 45 seconds or so into this video. Tuberville appears angry after he was forced to call a time out when his team couldn't get set...

Animated: Tommy Tuberville HATES your hat

This, via Internet wiz @Bubbaprog, might be the GIF of the weekend. Texas Tech head coach Tommy Tuberville was not happy with an assistant on the sideline and TAKE THAT HAT. We apologize to hats everywhere that are offended by the following…

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Tuberville slaps assistant coach

Texas Tech coach Tommy Tuberville was not pleased after his team got caught with 12 men on the field during a pivotal 4th-and-2, and he let an assistant know it.
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