TULSA, Okla. — A brawl broke out after the Tulsa Hurricane fell to Mississippi State in Thursday's Armed Forces Bowl game in Fort Worth, Texas.
Hurricane Safety Kendarin Ray's family told 2 Works for You the brawl allegedly began due to Ray being slugged with a helmet by a Mississippi State player.
2 Works for You asked TU Coach Philip Montgomery about the incident. Montgomery did not want to get into the details of the fight. However, he confirmed Ray is being treated for a concussion at this time.
Montgomery did say the Hurricane's have battled all year long and continued to do so today.
"The one thing I'll say is our program, our guys, we're a team that is going to stand up for each other and we're going to battle. We're a team that has battled all year long. We battled again today."
Tulsa lost the bowl game against Mississippi State, 28-26.
WATCH video of the brawl following the TU's bowl game below:
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