Gerald 'could taste blood' after attack
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- J.B. Gerald, the former New Mexico assistant coach involved in an altercation with Lobos coach Mike Locksley earlier this year, said this week that Locksley choked and punched him during the attack.
Gerald, the team's former wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator, said Locksley jumped on his chair and punched him while other New Mexico assistants tried to separate them during a heated staff meeting on Sept. 20.
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