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Sport SEC suspends Tennessee WR Jauan Jennings for first half of bowl game

01:50  05 december  2019
01:50  05 december  2019 Source:   nbcsports.com

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Jennings had three catches but two drops in first half of UT's game against Georgia Tech. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. Tennessee Vols: WR Jauan Jennings sidelined for Tennessee wide receiver Jauan Jennings (15) walks on the field during a University of Tennessee

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It is unknown where Tennessee will be playing in the bowl season, but what is known is wide receiver Jauan Jennings will not play in the first half of the game. The SEC announced on Wednesday that Jennings will be suspended for the first half of Tennessee’s to-be-determined bowl game as a result of his stepping on a Vanderbilt player on the sideline last weekend.

According to a release from the sEC, Jennings was suspended under NCAA Playing Rule 9-6-2. The rule states “If subsequent review of a game by a conference reveals plays involving flagrant personal fouls that game officials did not call, the conference may impose sanctions prior to the next scheduled game.”

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(AP) -- Tennessee wide receiver Jauan Jennings has orchestrated a personal turnaround over the last two years, becoming one of the Volunteers' most popular ''Being able to have that second chance, you kind of realize this game can be taken away from you in the blink of an eye,'' Jennings said.

WR . Von Pearson. Jauan Jennings . Following the game , Tennessee coach Butch Jones stated "I'm never going to apologize for winning. Tennessee is now bowl eligible and on a three- game winning streak.

Video shows Jennings stepped on Vanderbilt’s Justice Shelton-Mosley on the sideline at the end of a play in last weekend’s game between the Vols and Commodores. There could be some different interpretations of whether or not Jennings intentionally stepped on his opponent, but the SEC certainly felt there was some malicious intent with the stomp. Jennings was not flagged for a personal foul for the incident, which is why the SEC defended the first-half suspension issued on Sunday. You can see video of the incident in question below…

Jennings is Tennessee’s leading receiver with 942 yards and eight touchdowns this season. Not having him for one half is certainly a tough blow for the Vols in whatever their upcoming bowl matchup will be. This, of course, assumes Jennings actually plays in the bowl game anyway. With an NFL future, don’t be shocked if Jennings follows the growing trend of sitting out the bowl season, thus not having to worry about the suspension anyway.

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