Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports
The SEC announced on Tuesday that Mississippi State center Dillon Day has been suspended for the Bulldogs next game against Texas A&M for “multiple flagrant and unsportsmanlike acts" against LSU last Saturday.


This isn't the first time Day has done something like this as Mississippi State suspended him for the first half of its game against Troy last September after he received a personal foul for stepping on an Auburn player the week before.



Day sent this tweet out on Monday before he was suspended:


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ETA: Kyle Turley wanna-be
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Only an idiot could look at those plays and even pretend to think it accidental.

The MSU fans he was addressing should be insulted.
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trash
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70 games x 140 plays a game = 9800 plays x 22 players per play = over 190,000 opportunities to Stomp another player... And it happened twice... ONLY TWICE. By the same douche bag player in the same game. And his response wasn't "I'm guilty..." Or, "I'm sorry" it was criminal's normal mantra "I'm innocent" ... and even then, not to the opposing team or the players he injured, but TO HIS OWN FRIGGIN FANS... Obviously to try and head off any criticism once he felt the PR storm brewing. This guy is a douche bag liar dirty piece of crap football player... That said... If he was on my college's team we'd probably love that "Screw You I Hate you attitude" a bunch too BECAUSE football is becoming a politically correct forum for all things Republican and Democrat... A massive piece of social engineering.
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How about his reaction on twitter? Douchbags gonna douche
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You should be man enough to admit your wrong doing rather than being a part of what has gone wrong with football. The Good Book says it profits a man little if he sins and gains the whole world, but, a victory over LSU? Really?

That your coach would allow you to avoid responsibility for your actions by protesting your innocence and cloaking your poor conduct under the guise of "hustling" says much about his character. He should have pulled you from the game and suspended you for two games, one for each incident. As it turns out, the SEC has to step in and do his job. Perhaps you should look elsewhere for a mentor and advisor.

And as far as MSU fans who "support" and encourage you in doing wrong, they are close to being those people in the Good Book who call evil good and good evil. When the cowbells stop ringing you will one day be alone with who you are and what you've become and those "fans" will be long gone and far away and will care not one whit about you. Though you are young, you need to man up and, if your coaches and MSU fans condone or encourage dirty play, stand your ground and resist the easy path and do right. It's that simple but it is the hardest thing in the world to do. Good luck.
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Bulldawgs stomped LSU literally and figuratively. Worth it. Tiger fans :wah: :wah:
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Glad he was punished but sorry his arse whippin comes one week later.
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tpos.
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Liar. Thug. Say goodbye to your knees.
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typed huh...maybe he should sign that and hold it up so we know it's truly his feeling. Total BS, but him, nevertheless
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