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Probably was covered in the game but hats off to Auburn #32

He was right there with Banks after the kick-off when he got hurt and immediately was calling to the sideline for help.

Its good to see even in a heated rivalry good sportsmanship.

I am not sure if the player was Mason or Steiner since there are 2 #32s on the roster. But good job none the less.


Bert Macklin FBI
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years ago, Sean Taylor hit Larry Fitzgerald over the middle and kept running to the Pitt sideline to get their trainers cuz he knew he hurt him. It was good sportsmanship and badass all at once.


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All of these guys are aware of the risk of serious injury out there. They want to knock the hell out of each other, but they don't want to see someone very seriously hurt with a neck injury like that. Even a badass like Lawrence Taylor was frantically trying to get medical personnel on the field after he broke Joe Theisman's leg. There is joy in making a big hit. There's no joy in watching another player scream in pain or lie motionless on the ground.


LSUalum2000
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was calling to the sideline for help.


I was in the stadium and noticed this, that's how I knew it was really bad. The Auburn player was immediately hollering for help and also pretty frantically.


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jambalayagal
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I was at the game and the stadium went quiet when Banks got hurt - Auburn fans were great; so I didn't understand why some of the LSU fans in attendance started chanting "LSU, LSU, LSU" when the Auburn player was hurt and it got quiet.


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flyingtexastiger
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Are you referring to the play near their goal line where their “injured” player walked halfway across the field and flopped when it became apparent our offense was going into the hurry-up?


BlackAngus
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Imagine if the entire stadium started screaming "he's a pu$$y"


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jambalayagal
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Are you referring to the play near their goal line where their “injured” player walked halfway across the field and flopped when it became apparent our offense was going into the hurry-up?


ok, I didn't catch this live; makes sense now. I was seriously wondering...


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Roscoe14
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Even a badass like Lawrence Taylor was frantically trying to get medical personnel on the field after he broke Joe Theisman's leg. There is joy in making a big hit. There's no joy in watching another player scream in pain or lie motionless on the ground.


I remember watching that live. The shock on LT's face was something to behold.


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TutHillTiger
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I was blocking late in a game long time ago in mop up duty and a buddy of mine was coming back from a injury at running back and coaches were working him in. He would be a star today. Anyway, I took out the linebacker and he cut off my block for big gain. As I ran over to help him up, I saw his femur arm bone sticking through his skin. Like 4 or 5 inches.

I will never forget that as long as I live. Almost no blood just completely white broken bone sticking out of skin. There went our season and his college career


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