A little over a week ago, TMZ Sports published footage of Georgia Tech defensive back, Step Durham, knocking one of his teammates out cold at the Yellow Jackets' training facility.

While the incident reportedly took place during the spring prior to the season, nobody had heard of, or seen, the footage until just recently.

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As it turns out, that wasn't the only fight that took place between Step Durham and his teammate Lance Austin. New footage recently surfaced, and once again it's Durham getting the best of his fellow defensive back, even though Austin had his hands up and was ready to fight this time around.

Check out the quick video clip below.

After the first video went viral, the team released the following statement, saying that discipline was handled internally.

"Georgia Tech's football coaching staff became aware of the incident between teammates and friends shortly after it occurred. Discipline was handled internally."

Neither of the players missed any playing time this season for the 5-6 Yellow Jackets. Durham finished with 30 tackles, five passes defended and one interception, while Austin recorded 39 tackles, five passes defended and no picks.

Durham released the following statement last week in which he apologized for his actions.

"Taking disputes to a physical level is never the answer and I hope my peers take note of my mistake," Durham said. "I’m deeply sorry for my actions and, being an adult, I understand that consequences and judgment come with the actions shown. I hope to prove to those who don’t know me that I’m not a violent person whatsoever. I would respectfully ask those that have viewed the video not judge or categorize Lance or me based on what they saw in the video alone."