Kansas State Defensive Back Penalized for Teabagging Opponent

Bryan Brandom
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Kansas State beat Texas A&M to win something called the AdvoCare V100 Texas Bowl on Wednesday night, but Wildcats senior cornerback Donnie Starks personally took an L.

The first half ended with an Aggies hail mary attempt. Starks celebrated its failure by tossing top-10 NFL wide receiver prospect Josh Reynolds to the ground, then teabagging him—an infraction that earned Starks a 15-yard unsportsmanlike conduct penalty.

Reynolds responded not just with a swift punch to the crotch, but actual football payback on A&M's next drive.

After K-State's drive to open the second half resulted in a punt, Reynolds capped off a 10-play, 90-yard Aggies drive with a touchdown catch in which he scaled Starks then tossed him to the ground as if he were nothing. 

In all, Reynolds, also a senior, had himself a stellar game to close out his college career, making 12 catches for 154 yards and two touchdowns against Starks and the Wildcats secondary.

While Starks' team walked away with the 33-28 victory, Reynolds got the last laugh—he'll be getting paid to play on Sundays while Starks watches from his couch, telling his kids about the time he teabagged Josh Reynolds.

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