Jauan Jennings is one of the most passionate players in the game of college football, but this act is inexcusable, if it was intentional. During Tennessee's rivalry game against Vanderbilt, Jennings appeared to step on a helmet-less Commodore player's head during a skirmish. Such an act would surely result in an indefinite suspension.
Jennings and Tennessee would go on to handle Vandy, beating their in-state rivals for the first time in three years.
No play should stain such a resounding result for Tennessee faithful, but Jennings' apparent actions have the potential to do just that.
Rivalry games are always tricky, with brawls throughout the college football landscape. Yet, Jennings' actions, if deemed purposeful, go far beyond that.
Neither Jeremy Pruitt nor Jennings have commented on the alleged act as of yet.