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Sep
09

Stumbling Bumbling for the Score!


Here is Idaho Vandal Princeton McCarty taking a handoff about 80 yards to the house. He breaks away from the New Mexico State defense early and has nothing but open space in front of him; no one could tackle him.

No person that is. Instead, McCarty gets tripped up by the ground, falling about 8 yards out of the end zone and ending up tumbling in for six points. I love LOVE watching people falling.

The judges weren’t overwhelmed by his form though which is going to hurt him come medal time…

[KMVT]


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