Greenstone, a former Vanderbilt defensive tackle, also acts as the Tigers' "get-back" coach, instructing players not in the game to keep their distance from the sideline.
A Tennessee State University football player was kicked off the team and expelled after allegedly becoming violent during a game.
The 22-year-old Lee was removed from the team by head coach Rod Reed on Saturday before his expulsion became official Monday.
Tennessee State triumphed over Southeast Missouri State this past Saturday, but no one really cares about the W thanks to the actions of Latrelle Lee.
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Greenstone recovered somewhat from the first punch, but Lee's fist returned nearly immediately, sending the couch down to the ground. Lee was a senior majoring in criminal justice and was included on the 2016 Ohio Valley Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll, according to USA TODAY's Mike Organ.
The school, which would not even confirm the name of the student involved in the sideline incident, has not officially announced that Lee has been expelled.
TSU (6-4, 2-4 in the OVC) won the game, played on campus at Hale Stadium, 23-20. At this time, there is no word on what caused Lee to strike Greenstone.