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New Mexico State Basketball Player Lands Huge Punch During Game, Immediately Gets Ejected

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New Mexico State forward Robert Carpenter threw a punch at Liberty’s Shiloh Robinson during a game, resulting in Robinson being helped off the court and Carpenter being ejected.

New Mexico State’s coach apologized for Carpenter’s actions, expressing surprise at his behavior.

New Mexico State head coach Jason Hooten said Carpenter’s behavior was “not acceptable.”

Hooten called him “a really good kid.”

Carpenter will not play in the next game, and Conference USA is expected to get involved.

Carpenter, who previously played for Mississippi Valley State, has started 16 of NMSU’s 22 games this season.

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