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Kid from Tulsa collided with a teammate and went down...medical personnel had to administer CPR and revive him,
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Just saw that, prayers going up for this young man.
"Character" is doing the right thing when nobody is looking.
Prayers to the player and his family.
You absolutely hate to see something like that. Brings back to reality some of the dangers these players expose themselves to to play a game we all love to spend our Saturday's watching.
Praying for him and his family...can't imagine seeing that live with one of my own.
Prayers go to the young man and his family and teammates
That's horrible for that young man, his family and team. Be prepared for the "it's time to stop playing football" crowd in front of every camera in America this week.
do you have access to their online boards?? If you hear anything please keep us posted... Praying for that young man...
This may be inappropriate timing, but what kind of play was it? Special teams collision or during normal plays on the field?
Normal play. It actually didn't look that bad full speed, but got hit right on the top of the head against a teammate.
Thats just awful. Just seems unfair when it happens during the course of low-speed contact.
Prayers for the young man
Thats horrible, prayers sent his way. Do you have a link to their board?
lets all pray i met the kid two years ago @ my son summer camp a nice young man. and roll tide from louisiana!!!!!
Very scary scene and appreciate any updates that staff may have through the day.
ESPN is reporting a broken neck.
Ticker just said he had a broken neck & collapsed lung. Very sad.
That's awful. Prayers indeed.
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