Turan Rush Accused Of Stomping And Spitting On Wisconsin Players During Blowout Loss

Turan Rush (Credit: Screenshot/Twitter Video https://twitter.com/tuttlebw/status/1436902659836059650)

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Eastern Michigan player Turan Rush was apparently out of control Saturday against Wisconsin.

During the 34-7 blowout loss to the Badgers, the defensive lineman was accused of spitting and stomping on players. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Beach said the following about the alleged spitting, according to 247Sports:

I’ll call it out on number 99 (Rush). He was spitting in guys’ faces. Chez ran him over on a play. I ran down there to get him, and the dude’s spitting in his face. That’s unnecessary. There’s no need for that. On the final play on offense, he stomped on Braelon Allen’s chest. There’s no need for that. That’s why (Logan) Bruss got that personal foul. He’s just trying to protect the guy.

To make matters even worse, in a video tweeted by @tuttlebw, Rush could be seen appearing to stick his fingers in Graham Mertz’s facemask and go after his eyes.

You can watch the video and decide for yourself below.

This guy seems like an absolute scumbag, and I have no problem stating that. If he has a problem with it, he can come on “The David Hookstead Show” to defend his pathetic actions.

I was wondering why tempers seemed to flare at the end of the game. I guess it’s now crystal clear. If an opponent is going to treat your teammates like this, then you have to send a message that it won’t be tolerated.

Football is a violent sport, but it’s not meant to be malicious. If you don’t understand that and can’t keep your temper under control, then get the hell out.

The last thing I want to see is some clown hurt my guys.

Props to Bruss for dropping him at the end of the game.