BYU player socks Boise State opponent in the nuts

Football at any level can be a dirty sport. We have heard horror stories of what happens when players are fighting for possession of the ball.

On Saturday, BYU lineman Ului Lapuaho, got sick of one opponent attempting to rip the ball from his hands. Check out the video below courtesy of Brandon Spiegel.

Maybe Lapuaho went too far going after someone’s manhood, but do you blame him. The game between BYU and Boise State was very close, and any turnover could have proven costly.

BYU seemed to get the last laugh on everything. Later on in the fourth quarter, quarterback Tanner Mangum, threw another game winning touchdown and broke the hearts of Boise State. His second in just two weeks. You can see the “hail mary” below.

There has been no official word on how the lineman will be disciplined. There is no doubt once head coach Bronco Mendenhall sees the clip, Lapuaho will be riding the bench for a period of time.

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*Featured Photo (above) credit to USA TODAY Sports

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