Not all the televised sexual assaults occurred at airports last weekend. Here's a snarky Michigan video put-down of Texas A&M which welcomes Nebraska to the Big Ten Conference where "We leave your junk alone." The video shows Texas A&M linebacker Tony Jerod-Eddie getting way too up-close-and-personal — until Nebraska tight end Ben Cotton started kicking at him, for which Cotton was flagged for a personal foul and unsportsmanlike conduct.
|Tight End Ben Cotton (NebraskaStatePaper.com)|
Except for the one-sided penalty against Nebraska. (One of several.)
This game engendered a lot of Internet comments similar to the three below.
Texas Penal code 22.01 Assault: (3) intentionally or knowingly causes physical contact with another when the person knows or should reasonably believe that the other will regard the contact as offensive or provocative. or when he just wont give up the ball.
@cbt711 Are you kidding? I am not a Nebraska fan. But I was rooting for them after this dirty play. I have an HD receiver. We watched it a couple times. If #83 was going for the ball his entire arm would be hidden from view. Only his hand is hidden. He is either grabbing Cotton's inner thigh or his scotum.
Quote from Eagles Linebacker Ike Reese: "When we played the Patriots last year [Eagles running back] Brian Westbrook fumbled a punt, and we were all down there scrambling for it. [Patriots linebacker] Mike Vrabel had my testicles in his hand, and he was squeezing them. Where the football ends up depends on who has the strongest will or the strongest hands. Guys reach inside the face mask to gouge your eyes. But the biggest thing is the grabbing of the testicles. It is crazy."