Growing up, no one wanted to sit in timeout.
At Washington, Huskies coach Chris Petersen and his staff have found a unique way to punish troublemakers.
As The Seattle Times‘ Adam Jude shared, the punishment for fighting is to walk around the field while holding hands.
Well, this is a first. Punishment for fighting in UW camp: pic.twitter.com/pQiGXqY6eJ
— Adam Jude (@A_Jude) August 12, 2016
The guilty parties are DB Jordan Miller and WR Quinten Pounds.
This is a rather public (and hilarious) way to show while practice can get intense — especially in WR vs. DB showdowns — team camaraderie always comes first.
This tactic doesn’t seem to be new, either. Jude reported defensive lineman Elijah Qualls said he had to do the walk himself after getting into it with John Turner. Qualls called it “Lovers’ Lane.”
Elijah Qualls called the Huskies' walk of shame "Lovers' Lane." Said he had to do the walk once after a scuffle with John Turner.
— Adam Jude (@A_Jude) August 13, 2016
Hopefully, the Huskies play nice from now on. Or else more of these walks of shame will be shared.