Day will miss the Bulldogs' game against Texas A&M on Oct. 4 as a result of the suspension. In a release from the conference, the SEC said this action is a result of "multiple flagrant and unsportsmanlike acts during the game, as well as previous disciplinary action for similar behavior."
Les Miles said Monday that LSU reported Day to the SEC for the incidents. You can see video of the incidents in the original post below, as well as a letter posted Monday by Day where he claims he was "wrongfully accused."
At his weekly press luncheon Monday, Les Miles stated that LSU has reported Mississippi State center Dillon Day to the Southeastern Conference for multiple stomping incidents during Saturday night's 34-29 home loss to the Bulldogs.
Day, a product of West Monroe High School in north Louisiana, jumped and stomped on the abdomen of freshman defensive tackle Davon Godchaux early in the ballgame only to repeat the action later on sophomore cornerback Rashard Robinson, coming down hard with his right foot on Robinson's upper thigh.
"I think that's already under works," Miles said. "I think not only did TV catch that, but that was something we caught and we sent in. Certainly the conference will do the right thing."
Day was suspended for a half a game last season after stomping on an Auburn player in a similar fashion.
My personal letter to the bulldog fans. pic.twitter.com/Mx2CXhvBTF— Dillon Day (@DoomzDAY63) September 22, 2014