UCLA - Nebraska is very entertaining so far.
It is simply a thing of beauty watching LSU run the ball.
Erin Andrews is a bad host. Do you have to go high-pitched every commercial break?
Tieeeed it up!
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wish I didn't agree but I do. She's no @lindsayczarniak “@EBJunkies: Erin Andrews as a studio host---> #dud #lightweight”
If Mizzou can pull this out...UF win and GA loss...great!!
Tie game in Mizzou
Am I missing something, or is there no where to discuss the terrible injury in Tulsa yet?
Tulane safety Devon Walker fractured his spine in a head-to-head collision with a teammate during a game in Tulsa, the team said Saturday.
Walker also suffered a broken neck and a collapsed lung in the collision.
Walker was revived on the field and a tracheotomy was performed. Walker is in the emergency and trauma center at Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa.
Tulane issued a statement Saturday night on Walker's condition: "Devon Walker sustained a cervical spine fracture. He is at St. Francis Hospital in Tulsa where he is in stable condition. Currently, he is in traction with a lot of swelling in his neck and he is undergoing treatment for the swelling. The current plan is for him to have surgery in the next one to two days. He is being treated by specialists. The Tulsa physicians did a great job taking care of Devon."
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Yeah, that collision was pretty bad. Don't think I've ever heard of a situation where a player had to be revived on the field. That had to be terrifying for everyone that was there.
The initial contact really didn't look that violent. I've seen a lot more violent collisions and guys turned out just fine. Then you see the guy's lifeless body on top of the pile and your heart just sinks to the ground. I think some major praise goes to those team trainers/doctors and medical staff that got to him on the field quickly and were able to revive him. I couldn't imagine being in that situation.
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