Another Tennessee Volunteer football player has been dismissed from the team. First, it was Tim Jordan the Vols running back who was arrested in Florida, and now it is defensive tackle Emmit Gooden Jr.
Gooden Jr. may end up doing some time in prison though, his case is pretty rough. According to reports he is being charged for felony domestic assault.
The victim said Gooden smashed a glass jar candle into the left side of her head, according to records. She was taken to the University of Tennessee Medical Center, where she received sutures, per WBIR.com.
Gooden was a redshirt senior and former transfer from Independence Community College. Last year he suffered a knee injury but many thought Gooden Jr. was going to be a big part of the team in 2020.
The Vols football program dismissed the 22-year-old after court records showed he was arrested Thursday morning for felony domestic assault.
This is crazy!