Ohio State football legend Jim Stillwagon was arrested and charged with felonious assault in connection with a road rage incident on Sunday. Stillwagon got into an altercation with Richard Mattingly, the result of which was Stillwagon shooting Mattingly in the head.

From NBC 4:

Police say driver of the motorcycle, Stillwagon, fired several rounds from a handgun at the pick-up truck, driven by Mattingly.

Mattingly turned on to East Williams Street and then into a parking lot where Stillwagon fired additional shots.

Stillwagon was the winner of the 1970 Outland Trophy, and the first-ever Lombardi Award recipient. He is also a goddamn lunatic, allegedly.

Former OSU Football Star Charged In Delaware Road Rage Incident [NBC 4]