San Jose State

San Jose State Coach Ron Caragher and quarterback David Fales watch as a play is reviewed during the first quarter of their game at Minnesota on Saturday. (Ann Heisenfelt / Associated Press / September 21, 2013)

It's not something you see every day, a punter getting ejected for fighting.

It happened Saturday, though, when San Jose State kicker Harrison Waid got tossed in the Spartans' loss to Minnesota.

Waid, a fifth-year senior, was not happy when he got hit during an onsides kick attempt.

Minnesota won the game, 43-24, but not without an, um, fight.

Waid entered the season as San Jose State's career punting leader with his 43-yards-per-kick average.

There is no record in his official San Jose State bio of Waid ever winning any Golden Gloves titles.


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