Coach fired for Dolphins bullying scandal now in trouble at Texas A&M

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Jim Turner, the Dolphins offensive line coach who was fired for his role in a bullying scandal that embroiled the team, spent two years out of football after losing his job in Miami. This offseason he was hired at Texas AM, where it didn’t take him long to get in trouble again.

Texas AM has suspended Turner and tight ends coach Jeff Banks for two weeks without pay, and ordered them to complete 20 hours of community service, for inappropriate comments they made at an event for female fans.

Among the issues that surfaced at the event were changes to the school’s fight song, which presented lyrics including “We are Aggie women / We are filled with estrogen” and “We are putting down our dish towels / And taking off our gloves.”

The coaches also gave the women tips on playing football that were filled with sexual double entendres like “No penetration,” “Never bend over,” and “Don’t end up on your back.”

Texas AM head coach Kevin Sumlin quickly moved to suspend Turner and Banks after reports of the sexist comments surfaced.

“There is absolutely no place in our program or in our University community for inappropriate conduct or degrading comments towards women, or anyone, regardless of intent,” Sumlin said

Article source: http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2016/07/30/coach-fired-for-dolphins-bullying-scandal-now-in-trouble-at-texas-am/

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