Sports·Posted on Dec 29, 2014Texas A&M Coach Who Punched A West Virginia Player In The Head Has Been DismissedHead Coach Kevin Sumlin released a statement Tuesday.by Lindsey AdlerBuzzFeed News ReporterFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Update: Dec. 30, 3:26 p.m. ET During the 2nd quarter of yesterday's Liberty Bowl, a uniformed member of Texas A&M staff appears to have punched West Virginia's Daryl Worley in the back of the head. vine.co Shell backed into the Texas A&M sideline, where he was met by an angry Aggie. View this vine on Vine vine.co Another Vine shows the same guy getting aggressive with West Virginia running back Andrew Buie. View this vine on Vine vine.co Twitter has identified the Texas A&M coach as Michael Richardson, a former student-athlete and current assistant football coach for the school. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com The Aggies quickly addressed Richardson's conduct on Twitter: Texas A&M Football @AggieFootball As soon as Coach Sumlin was made aware of the sideline incident, the student-assistant was told to remain in locker room for 2nd half Mon Dec 29 21:26:30 UTC+0000 2014 Reply Retweet Favorite Texas A&M Football@AggieFootballFollowAs soon as Coach Sumlin was made aware of the sideline incident, the student-assistant was told to remain in locker room for 2nd half4:26 PM - 29 Dec 14ReplyRetweetFavorite On Tuesday, Head Coach Kevin Sumlin released a statement saying Richardson had been dismissed from the program: Twitter: @BarrettSallee On Twitter, Richardson apologized for his conduct and how he represented Texas A&M. MikeLowery#CoachRich @AggswaggCEO Something like this was never my intention. 06:39 PM - 30 Dec 2014 Reply Retweet Favorite MikeLowery#CoachRich@AggswaggCEOFollowSomething like this was never my intention.1:39 PM - 30 Dec 14ReplyRetweetFavorite Texas A&M won the bowl game 45-37.