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The Missouri Tigers Defensive End and SEC Defensive player of the year is eligible for the upcoming NFL draft in May.Hibernian are yet to respond to Rangers statement on Sunday night condemning the violence sparked by their supporters wild celebrations at the end of the Scottish Cup final. Thousands of the Edinburgh clubs fans spilled onto the pitch at Hampden Park following their 3-2 win on Saturday, a result which ended a 114-year spell without winning the trophy.Sky sources understand up to six Rangers players and staff were assaulted and injured when trouble broke out. Another report has claimed all 11 players on the park for the losing side at the final whistle were attacked to some extent.Captain Lee Wallace, goalscorer Andy Halliday and midfielder Jason Holt are among those all thought to have required medical attention. Thousands of Hibernian fans invaded the pitch at full-time, with a smaller number of Rangers supporters later doing the same A set of goalposts was torn down by Hibs supporters, many of them moved towards fans of the Ibrox side to goad them while sections of the pitch were ripped up.A much smaller number of Rangers fans also ran on to the pitch and fights broke out between rival supporters in the worst scenes at Scottish footballs showpiece game since 1980.In the immediate aftermath of the chaotic scenes, Hibs chairman Rod Petrie described it as over exuberance caused by the excitement of winning the event for the first time in so long. Police formed a line across the pitch at Hampden Park in an attempt to stop violent scenes escalating He also said Hibs would co-operate fully with any investigation launched as a consequence of what went on.Rangers reacted with their statement which attacked the Easter Road club for failing to condemn what happened and make contact with them to enquire about the wellbeing of those affected.It was also critical of the Scottish Football Association and Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, who tweeted her congratulations to Hibs without mentioning the post-match trouble. Rangers released a strongly worded statement, hitting out at the Scottish FA, Hibernian and First Minister Nicola Sturgeon for failing to condemn Hibs In response to that, the Scottish Government has issued a statement saying: Violence has absolutely no place in football, either on or off the pitch.The First Minister condemns unreservedly any act of violence or disorder by anyone who attended the cup finaal.dddddddddddd.It is for the police to take action against anyone suspected of having committed an offence. A total of 11 arrests were made over the weekend and more are anticipated as police appeal to the public for help in identifying the culprits The Scottish FA, Hampden stadium management and Police Scotland are carrying out full reviews of the wider circumstances, to ensure all lessons are learned.The Scottish Government is liaising closely with these organisations and the First Minister will be kept fully informed.Sturgeon later added: Congratulating a team for winning a cup after 114 years cannot be equated to excusing the behaviour of any fans who behaved unacceptably.What happened was unacceptable, but it is for the police and the authorities to investigate what happened and take appropriate action.I do condemn the pitch invasion, I do condemn any acts of violence or disorder at any sporting occasion there is no place for violence, there is no place for it in football.Sky Sports News HQ contacted Hibernian on Monday morning seeking a response to Rangers statement but was not given one. Chief Executive of PFA Scotland Fraser Wishart has entered the fray Police have appealed to members of the public for their help in identifying the culprits at Hampden.PFA chief Fraser Wishart was also concerned about the events at Hampden, and the pitch invasion in particular.He said: The scenes on the Hampden pitch tarnished what was a wonderful game of football and a historic day for Hibernian. It is particularly disappointing that both sets of players were denied the opportunity to go to their supporters in the traditional manner. Chief Executive of PFA Scotland Fraser Wishart has entered the fray We commend our members for the restraint shown under severe duress and believe that they are due a full explanation from the authorities as to how and why supporters were able to enter the field of play and threaten their safety.In the lead up to high profile matches players are advised by the authorities with regard to their behaviour on the pitch and the potential consequences in the stands of such behaviour. The players on Saturday behaved impeccably, it was their safety that was threatened and our members were left vulnerable. A total of 11 arrests were made over the weekend and more are expected as authorities collect evidence including pictures and video of what happened.Hibernian marked their cup win with an open-topped bus parade through Edinburgh on Sunday, with their captain David Gray leading the celebrations after his stoppage-time winner.Focus will now turn back to events immediately after the game ended, with the SFA also still to offer a formal take on what happened.Chief executive Stewart Regan said on Saturday he was appalled by what he had seen, describing the scenes as being among the worst he had ever seen in British football. Also See: Rangers fury at Hibs and SFA Police appeal for Hampden video Rangers players assaulted Hibs win Cup final thriller ' ' '

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