He dropped to the ground because Alosi stuck out his leg along the sideline and tripped him.
We often ask ourselves the moral theoretical question of what we would do if we were sure that no one could see us do it. Mr Alosi must never have heard of YouTube, because he's all over it big time these days. Click on the link, and after you finish checking out the Nicole Richie wedding videos, you can see Alosi's dastardly deed.
"I made a mistake that showed a total lapse in judgment," Alosi said after the game. "My conduct was inexcusable and unsportsmanlike and does not reflect what this organization stands for."
Put that down in your list of favorite "excuse-me"s of all time. At least he did apologize, instead of doing that "if I offended anyone by this, then I am sorry" qualifier that so many of our miscreants go with.
|The famous "12th Man" play|
One wonders if it is indeed possible to have "too much Alabama" in one.
|Temper, Woody, Temper.|