Mississippi State Quarterback Dak Prescott In Panama City Beach Fight

Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott was involved in a spring break beach fight today according to multiple people on Twitter, including at least one individual posting video of the end of the fight. 

Early reports on Twitter are that Prescott and two teammates were “jumped” by a group of individuals. 

Details are still sketchy, but these photos were posted of Prescott’s injuries and this video was just posted of Prescott being kicked in the head while on the ground. 

They Was goin Hard. #PCB2K15 #pcb

A video posted by Dillon Kemper (@kempwaa) on

 

Later a group of men took to Twitter to brag about the fight. I embedded their picture and Tweet, but they have since taken it down. We’ll update this post as more details arrive at Outkick. 

UPDATE: Outkick has been told by a reliable source that one of the individuals in this video assaulting Dak Prescott is a Tennessee State University student currently on bond for aggravated robbery. 

Written by Clay Travis

OutKick founder, host and author. He's presently banned from appearing on both CNN and ESPN because he’s too honest for both.

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