An MSU football player is behind bars after police say he hit another man so hard that he's now suffering a traumatic brain injury.
Twenty-two year-old Tino Tuilata is charged with aggravated assault.
According to an arrest affidavit, he punched the victim in the head while he was standing in the parking lot of a bar in the four-thousand block of Callfield Road.
The victim was knocked unconscious and fell to the ground.
Several of his teeth were knocked out.
He also suffered a bloody nose.
The affidavit states the victim suffered a traumatic brain injury and doctors performed a procedure to relieve pressure in his skull.
According to police, Tuilata admitted the incident was unprovoked.
He's jailed on a $50-thousand bond.
Tuilata was listed as on offensive tackle on the 2012 MSU football roster.
The team's sports information director says at this time, Tuilata is still a member of the team.
He does say, though, that Tuilata had previously been suspended for violating team rules.
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