(NBC News) There was a tense ending to a football game Friday night between two high school teams in Alabama when the coaches decided to settle their differences with their fists.
Just minutes after the game between Walker and Cullman High Schools, coaches from the two Jasper teams squared off at the 30-yard line.
It's not clear yet, just what prompted the two to exchange punches.
The head coach of the Walker team has been placed on "indefinite" administrative leave pending an investigation.
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The defensive coordinator of the Cullman team was not disciplined.
Both the Jasper Police Department and the Alabama High School Athletic Association are investigating the incident.
By the way, Cullman won the game 13-10.
Courtesy: NBC News Channel