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MSU's Dillon Day Posts Letter On Twitter, Says He Is Being "Wrongfully Accused" Of Stomping On LSU Players

Mississippi State scored a huge road victory over LSU this past Saturday, but the win did not come without controversy. Bulldogs center Dillon Day, who was suspended for the first half of a game last year for stomping on an Auburn player after the whistle, apparently committed the same infraction twice in Baton Rouge. In the video below, posted by Saturday Down South, you can see Day, in two separate plays, step on Davon Goldchaux's stomach and Rashard Robinson's groin. 

Monday, Day took to Twitter to post a letter to Bulldogs fans, claiming he is being "wrongfully accused" of any intentional stomping. He goes on to say that he was taught to "follow the ball" and that at 300 pounds, he was going "too fast" to stop. Here's the entire post:

Whether or not you believe Day's explanation, it's clear that LSU coach Les Miles isn't a fan. He's already filed a complaintwith the league office.