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Will Gholston was clearly knocked out cold when he was hit by his own player. No one is buying the excuse that he simply got the wind knocked out of him (LULZ at that excuse btw).
Doctors have stated that when a player is knocked out cold it's an instant concussion. Essentially, the Michigan State staff allowed a player back on the field when they knew he had a concussion. This is inexcusable.
I just hope that potential recruits know that the coaching staff at Michigan State has zero concern for their safety.
This post was edited by devidee 18 months ago
Let the recruiting battles begin
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It was just a stinger, to the brain.
Here's the slow-mo of Gholston getting his "wind knocked out."
With Dantonio as a head coach, are you surprised?
"I was brought in here to change the culture. I'm going to coach with passion" - Fran McCaffery.
A more telling pic was the one where he just lay there "with his wind knocked out" on top of Brax. I think he felt that Brax was hurt real bad so he didn't want to move for like 3 mins for the fear he would re hurt Brax.
Sparty, they care about the welfare of their opponents! Much like the Sleepy dust the one guy was trying to wipe out of Hankins eye
This post was edited by RicoX19 18 months ago
Meh...the eye gouging was typical Michigan State shenanigans.
Gholston was literally out cold for over a minute.
Again, totally inexcusable.
Here's the full play. Gholston's entire body goes limp instantly...
I think it is pretty obvious that #77 blocked Gholston in the back with such force that it knocked the wind out of him. Without a doubt, that also prevented Gholston from stripping the ball which #5 would have picked up and ran back for a TD.
Cheating tOSU players and the refs once again cheating sparty out of a victory.
Did the fans chant, "he's a p*ssy, he's a p*ssy" while Gholston was on the ground, or was that for another player?
That was for Braxton, obv.
Sparty being sparty.
That is amazing; your ability to instantly diagnois an injury from your couch. I guess I have to rely upon the medial experts on the field that actually checked Gholston out hands on.
If Hankins were not doing the same to Allen seconds before, Allen would not have retaliated. Next time try watching the full video, not some edited BS that an O$U crybaby posts.
No, no. You're right.
He definitely just got the wind knocked out.
That always happens to people when they get their dome violently snapped back.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by devidee 18 months ago
The Irony of an Iowa fan posting this is too much. Perhaps your kidneys are not working properly and it's causing a lapse in your brain function.
Are you serious that some people are saying he had the wind knocked out of him?
The Mich. St. training staff told the sideline reporter that he had the wind knocked out of him.
That's Sparty's story, yes.
Knocked out? Maybe he was just really comfortable down there?
Wow, gholston must be very Zen like. I've had the wind knocked out of me quite a few times, and have seen it happen to many others. He is the 1st to lay motionless, instead of rolling around looking like he's damn near having a seizure trying to get air back in the lungs. Not sure if that makes the staff look more ignorant, or irresponsible.
It's Roushar's fault!
This post was edited by Due51 18 months ago
ive been ko'd before and i dont recall experiencing any concussion symptoms, drunk symptoms maybe but that was a preexisting condition, but then again hey im not a doctor what do i know. if the boy was good to go put him in. if he was mentally unsound then yea the coaches effed up but you cant say what his condition was seeing as how you werent on the sidelines examining him personaly
If you're knocked out cold for over a minute, you've been concussed.
link to doctors stating "when a player is knock ed out cold it's an instant concussion'? If Gholston claims the wind was knocked out of him and the training staff sees no sign of concussion then most likely the player will be let back in...even at OSU.
Scored 4 touchdowns...in a single game. Polk High!
you can't get knocked out from a blow to the head and NOT be concussed.
Not sure if serious.
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