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im sorry i was confusing...your "Superbowl" was the Redskins losing since you know that the Ravens cant win it all.
It legit looks like something from a horror movie
Not surprising all the Louisville players fell to the floor
All those warnings and I still clicked on it!
Oh wait, no I didn't because I have fucking self control.
It doesn't gross me out for whatever reason. I think it's interesting from a medical perspective.
I'm sure Ware is and will continue to get world class health care. Plus an entire school/city giving him sympathy and support. He will be fine.
Damn, that's almost as bad as what Duhon had to endure with his rib injury.
Scene from Archer TV series. season 1 episode 8 aprox 5:20 in to episode. i have no ownership over this episode or clip.
"And I try to har-mo-nize with songs the lonesome sparrow sings...
There are no kings inside the Gates of Eden."
Pitino said six inches...
That's not the only 3 inch bone Pitino describes as 6 inches!! Am I right TerpBE and Hogie? Eh? EH??!!!
PJ Hairston is unimpressed.
Times when hoverzoom backfires on you...
I recently fractured a wrist (plate and 9 screws) and pelvis (play through), but I had the assistance of a snowboard and a lot more speed and height.
How does that happen? Existing stress fractures that finally give way?
Jason Kendall's was pretty bad too
Detroit Hustles Harder
God damn that is brutal.
Ware was really becoming a factor for Louisville, He is really good and I hope he is ok and can play at 100%,.
When I was coaching football, one our rbs from Baltimore suffered a severe compund fracture of Fibula, fracured knee and dislocated knee cap and artery was ruptured, it was brutal, he recovered, but could not play again.
Aside from the obvious gruesomeness of his injury the thing that makes me uneasy is the ease in which it happened. I mean, didn't he basically just jump then land?
Yup, this is my problem with it.
Who needs to raise a green flag when they can just raise a right fist?
I read that he probably already had a hairline or small stress fracture.
Yeah I mean my first thoughts were: "Shouldn't his knee ligaments have torn before his leg broke? And wouldn't that have been better?"
I think it that it was mostly due to the fact that his jersey had sleeves on it.
HMPAOF, how do you deal with this stuff at car accident scenes? That is definitely not for me.
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Seriously, while modern medicine can do some amazing work, I just don't know how you can ever mentally recover from something like this and play competitively again. I don't know if I could ever completely block it out. It would always be in the back of my mind every time my feet left the floor. Even if I could eventually get over it completely, I'm sure it would take a long time.
Big time thoughts and prayers for him.
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