“You Gonna Hit A Woman?”: Coach Prime Speaks Out on Flau’jae Johnson’s Brother’s Actions During SC-LSU Viral Brawl

The SEC Tournament game between the South Carolina Gamecocks and the LSU Tigers at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville was intense because of the play as well as the scuffle.

The two stars of the teams — Kamilla Cardoso and Angel Reese — gave rise to the tension as they began to get physical with bumping and pushing.

In the fourth quarter, the scuffle climaxed with SC players and LSU Flau’jae Johnson engaged in trash talk.

The LSU player bumped SC’s Ashlyn Watkins. Then, Cardoso forcefully pushed Johnson over in retaliation, resulting in Johnson’s brother jumping into the court. The heated action prompted many to react, including Deion Sanders, who made his thoughts about the whole scenario public.

Deion Sanders is confused about the court intrusion

The tension rose so high in the fourth quarter that LSU guard Flau’Jae Johnson’s brother Trayron Milton even jumped inside the court.

In a recent YouTube discussion by Deion Sanders on SWAY’S UNIVERSE, the Buffs’ HC delivered his thoughts on what he reflected upon Milton’s behavior.

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He said, “I’m just trying to figure out what this brother is going to do. Are you going to hit a woman? … He reacted.”

Coach Prime and his companions on the show dismissed his actions as “impulsive.” After the incident where he came in contact with SC forward Kamilla Cardoso, Milton was arrested and charged with battery, assault, and disorderly conduct by the Greenville Police and put in jail but is reportedly out of jail now.

Because of the heated brawl, six players were ejected in the fourth quarter. Despite Cardoso being one of the players to be ejected, SC still went on to win their second consecutive SEC Tournament title after beating LSU 79-72. But the media wasn’t lenient on Cardoso.

Coach Dawn Staley’s demand for an apology for the crude description of Kamilla Cardoso

Following the widely publicized game brawl, CBS Radio ran an ad posted by JR Jackson, who listed the women’s NCAA Tournament players bringing excitement to the table.

He wrote, “I’m more excited for the women’s tournament. I’m ready for Angel Reese, Caitlin Clark and the giant Brazilian woman that knocks people over.”

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After the statement aired, 2x NCAA Division I Tournament champ coach Dawn Staley wasn’t about to remain silent as she demanded an apology to Cardoso on X and tagged CBS Sports and 107.5 The Game.

She wrote, “Never thought I’d hear one of my players described in such an offensive way. I’m not sitting this one out. Kamilla deserves an apology.” It’s reported that both the platforms and JR Jackson extended their apologies.

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