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Video shows Georgia Tech player knocked out by teammate in brawl

Apparently, that isn't the only thing the players were knocked out of.

Georgia Tech defensive backs Step Durham and Lance Austin had a heated verbal altercation in a weight room last spring that ended with Durham knocking Austin out cold.

In the video, a shirtless Austin is shown walking towards Durham when he gets hit with a quick punch by his teammate.

The University told TMZ they were aware of the fight between the two players. In a statement to CBS, Georgia Tech revealed that the matter came to attention long before the video's release, saying that "discipline was handled internally". He first fails to catch him and then tries to move Austin's body off the chair he laid him out on, while the cameraman mutters, "shit".

Sources told TMZ Sports that neither Durham nor Austin missed any playing time during the 2017 season as a result of this. It's unclear what the punishment was exactly.

"We're told both players told the coaching staff about the fight and insisted things were cool - there were no hard feelings".



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