LSU concerned by Dillon Day's stomp

BATON ROUGE, La. -- Coach Les Miles said LSU's football staff has already submitted to the SEC office its concerns over Mississippi State center Dillon Day stomping two Tigers players in Saturday night's game.

"That's already in the works," Miles said at his Monday press luncheon. "I think not only did TV catch that, but that was something that we caught and that we sent in and certainly the conference will do the right thing."

TV cameras caught Day jumping on LSU defensive lineman Davon Godchaux's stomach after a Dak Prescott run, and then later stomping on cornerback Rashard Robinson's leg at the end of a play.

Day also drew a 15-yard personal foul penalty late in the third quarter for a hit well after the whistle.

Mississippi State's senior center was suspended for the first half of last season's game against Troy for stomping on an Auburn player, with Bulldogs coach Dan Mullen saying after the Troy game, "I didn't think that [Day's personal foul] represented what our football program was all about."

Day took to Twitter to defend himself and apologized that it was perceived that he was trying to injure LSU players.