College football player is headbutted in his private parts
The agonizing moment a college football player is headbutted in his PRIVATE PARTS and sent flying as he attempts to hurdle opponent – with fans saying ‘they’d be puking’
A college football player took a brutal blow to his private parts in a sickening collision.
Nebraska running back Alante Brown was traveling at some speed when he attempted to hurdle Michigan cornerback Mike Sainristil in the teams’ NCAA game Saturday.
Brown not only felt the pain of defeat but the agonizing pain of being hit in his private parts.
Brown leapt into the air to try to evade the challenge but instead he was headbutted in his crotch and sent flying in the process.
He then landed awkwardly on the field after being catapulted through the air.
A college football player took a brutal blow to his private parts in a sickening collision
Nebraska’s Alante Brown attempted to hurdle Michigan’s Mike Sainristil and was sent flying
He then landed awkwardly on the field after being catapulted through the air in nasty collision
The commentator said: ‘Oh my gosh, oh he’s hit him right in the…
‘Oh my Lord. That did not look like it felt good.
‘Mike Sainristil put his helmet right between his… I’m going to leave that one alone, but holy cow.’
Fans reacted to the unfortunate incident on social media, with some saying ‘they’d be sick’ if they were on the receiving end.
Fans reacted to the unfortunate incident on social media, with some saying ‘they’d be sick’
One wrote: ‘I’d be puking everywhere this is horrific,’ while another added: ‘I’m puking and it didn’t even happen to me.’
Brown got up straight away as if nothing had happened.
‘That wasn’t a smart hurdle by him,’ Michigan’s Blake Corum said.
‘Mikey was not going low. He could’ve snapped his neck.’
One fan added: ‘To be a young man. My week is over after a hit like that.’
While others said: ‘How did he get up right away from that?!?!’ And ‘why you don’t hurdle.’
Corum made plays without the ball in his hands, drawing a safety on a fake to set up one of J.J. McCarthy’s touchdown passes and paving the way to help him run for a score.
Corum also ran for 162 yards and scored a touchdown of his own, helping No. 3 Michigan stay undefeated with a 34-3 win over Nebraska.
Instead of constantly handing the ball off to Corum near the end zone as the Wolverines have many times, they used him as a decoy to set up McCarthy’s 9-yard touchdown pass to Ronnie Bell and as a lead blocker for the quarterback on a designed run for another score.