Buffalo Running Back Injured During Touchdown Celebration [VIDEO]
Chest-bump fail! University of Buffalo running back James Potts injured his right knee while celebrating a touchdown against Morgan State. Eat your heart out, Bill Gramatica.
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Please, for your own sanity, fast forward to the 9:50 mark to see running back James Potts injure his knee while celebrating a touchdown against Morgan State on Saturday. Otherwise, you’re going to have to sit through 10 minutes of Buffalo Bulls head football coach Jeff Quinn waxing poetic.
Buffalo was able to beat Morgan State 56-34. Unfortunately, the injury to James Potts’ knee is thought to be severe. It might be the first time ever that a player injured his knee severely while bumping his chest. Hopefully, Potts will be able to rehab his knee and utilize the Barry Sanders’ style of end zone celebrations once he scores touchdowns in the future.
Brian Noe is the Brand Manager at 104.5 The Team, ESPN Radio in Albany, NY. Brian also hosts “The Noe Show” each weekday from 1-3pm ET on WTMM.