Youngstown State Assistant Coach Lays Hit On Opposing WR On Sideline
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At the end of the first half of Saturday's game between Youngstown State and Northern Iowa, NIU WR Quan Hampton made a catch for a 26-yard gain and willingly went out of bounds where he was met by the shoulder of a Penguins strength coach standing on the sidelines... No penalty was called. (The Spun)
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Kid ran out of bounds at an unloaded, undefended coach and got shouldered so the coach didn’t get run over. This SHOULD BE a nothing burger.
Reply2 months
no one is addressing the elephant in the room here......the coach's color.........definitely will play a huge factor in what wont happen to him.
Reply2 months
nothing burger .. he's just as much bracing for getting hit as really trying to do any hurtful thing ....
Reply2 months
I know I haven’t been paying much attention but we’re playing college football now? In March?
Reply2 months
First class a-hole. He has an opportunity for atonement when they are watching film and that piece comes up. Curious if he’s going to laugh with the rest of his players (because they will) or use that as an example of what not to do.
Reply2 months
Wow, that was shocking. No wonder the announcer jumped all over it....
Reply2 months
Either get out of the way or help the kid out.
Reply2 months
Was the player thinking that he was just going to run through him like he was a ghost? Football player didn’t even flinch much less try to adjust his course.
Reply2 months
If you slow it down the defender got a last sec push in. The coach should have handled it better.
2 months
Cheap shot. Guy should be disciplined.
Reply2 months
Bo would not have taught that or allowed it.
Reply2 months
Yeah most would have moved out of the way or tried to catch him to slow him down. Coach was being a prick with that shoulder check.
Reply2 months
What a cheap frick
Reply2 months
He clearly leaned into that.
Reply2 months
Looks like he just braced himself. One of them had pads and a helmet on and the other didn’t so I doubt this was some major hit trauma for the player. He definitely didn’t “hit” him. If he had moved the wrong way and the guy ran into him you sissies would be crying to.
Reply2 months
He had his hands in his pockets. Everyone calm down.
Reply2 months
How is it relevant that his hands were in his pockets. He clearly shoulder checked him. He could have easily stepped out of the way.
2 months
he took a step backwards. other player pushed him at the end towards him.
2 months
Step out of the way you Cheap Shot Artist! At a minimum you'll be fined and or fired.
Reply2 months
A hold over from the Pelini days!
Reply2 months
not likely. That dude could tackle
2 months
@TaderSalad Good one!
2 months
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