A CFB Head Coach Injured Himself Celebrating On The Sideline Last Weekend

first_imgThree footballs next to a pylon(Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)You don’t often see a head coach injuring himself during a game. That’s what happened to Georgia State’s Shawn Elliott last weekend though.During his team’s 41-7 loss to NC State, Elliott gave what he deemed “an aggressive fist bump” after the Panthers scored their lone touchdown. In doing so, he tore his right bicep.If that sounds painful, it probably was, though Elliott continued to coach the rest of the game.He’s going to need surgery on his injured bicep though.Also, Georgia State HC Shawn Elliott told us he tore his right bicep in an aggressive fist bump after their TD at NC State last week. will need surgery next week. He laughed telling us he isn’t stoic on the sideline. Can’t wait to see his passion Fri night on @espn vs Memphis— Olivia Harlan Dekker (@Olivia_Harlan) September 12, 2018Yahoo Sports has examined footage of Elliott on the sideline following the GSU touchdown.You can catch this college football Zapruder film below:I did some in-depth research and found several fist pumps and high-fives from Shawn Elliott after Georgia State’s opening drive touchdown against NC State. It’s hard to spot where Elliott may have torn his bicep. pic.twitter.com/aXfcpQqQez— Yahoo Sports College Football (@YahooSportsCFB) September 12, 2018Elliott and the Panthers will play Memphis on the road Friday night.He might want to ease up on the celebrations for that game.last_img read more

Ranji Trophy final: How Vidarbha plotted Cheteshwar Pujara’s dismissal

first_imgRanji Trophy final: How Vidarbha plotted Cheteshwar Pujara’s dismissalRanji Trophy 2018-19 final: Cheteshwar Pujara was dismissed for 1 in the first innings of the ongoing match between Saurashtra and Vidarbha in Nagpur.advertisement Press Trust of India NagpurFebruary 4, 2019UPDATED: February 4, 2019 20:01 IST Cheteshwar Pujara was dismissed early in the first innings of Ranji Trophy final between Saurashtra and Vidarbha (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSCheteshwar Pujara was dimissed for 1 in the Ranji Trophy final vs VidarbhaPujara just faced 11 deliveries and 16 minutes before left-arm spinner Aditya Sarwate sent him backIn football, there are certain goals scored through set-pieces which are known to be straight out of the drawing board and Cheteshwar Pujara’s dismissal on Monday could well be called a cricketing equivalent where Chandrakant Pandit was the master planner.One of the shrewdest tacticians in the domestic circuit, Pandit has tons of experience in orchestrating big wins for domestic heavyweights like Mumbai and he ensured that his men studied chinks in India star’s armoury.That Pujara remains tentative at the beginning of the innings is a well-known fact and Vidarbha bowlers’ only aim was to see that he is not allowed to dig his heels in order to score a ‘Daddy Hundred’.Left-arm spinner Aditya Sarwate, who claimed the biggest prize of his career, revealed that they had kept an eye on Pujara during the Australia series and had found one ‘weakness’ to exploit.Sarwate, who has 131 first-class wickets to his credit, declared without hesitation that today he has got his career’s biggest wicket in Pujara.”We had a team meeting and had studied (his batting style). Pujara remains tentative in the beginning and just jabs (not coming fully forward) at deliveries. We had watched during the Australia series, so the plan was not to let him use his feet. He likes stepping out, so we had to curtail his shots,” said Sarwate, who had Pujara caught in the first slip by veteran Wasim Jaffer.Ranji Trophy 2018-19 Final, Day 2 Highlights: Vidarbha vs SaurashtraIt was ideal to attack Pujara as only 10 minutes were left for the tea break. There was turn on offer with Saurashtra having already lost two wickets.advertisement”We had to attack. The tea was approaching, just 10 minutes were left, so we brought a forward short-leg. The ball was spinning so a (backward) silly point and a slip was also there to put pressure on him. And it worked,” the 29-year-old said after the day’s play.Pujara was dismissed for just 1 and stayed on wickets for just 16 minutes, facing 11 deliveries in the process.It was a rare single-digit score for Pujara, who was instrumental in India’s historic Test series win in Australia. He came into this match with scores of 45, 131, 11, 67, 193 and 106 in his last six innings.Sarwate took three of the five Saurashtra wickets that fell to put Vidarbha on top as the visitors are still 154 runs behind their first innings total of 312 all out.And this was after their tail wagged very effectively to add 112 runs to their overnight total of 200 for seven. However, Sarwate said their side is still not happy.”If they were down by six or seven wickets, it would have been more satisfying. It’s not a rank turner and their opener (Snell Patel) is still batting well,” he added.Patel, who was unbeaten on 87, said they were still not out of the game.”They also batted well in the morning and we can do the same tomorrow. This slow wicket suits my style as I play on backfoot. The wicket is not difficult, it (batting) may look difficult but it is not,” Patel said when asked how he made batting look easy when his colleagues struggled.Also Read | Zero hundreds, bowlers shine as India continue overseas domination in ODIsAlso Read | What a ridiculous decision: Shane Warne slams ICC for overrate ban on Jason HolderAlso See:For sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAkshay Ramesh Tags :Follow Cheteshwar PujaraFollow Ranji Trophy finalFollow Saurashtra vs VidarbhaFollow Aditya Sarwatelast_img read more