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Gary Danielson of CBS Sports spent scarcely dual decades personification college and pro football – so he’s good wakeful of a intensity consequences of holding a heartless strike on a gridiron.
But Danielson dismayed and hurt many viewers Saturday with his reactions after a photographer got slammed to a territory on a sidelines of a Georgia-Auburn game, for that Danielson was providing commentary.
PHOTOGRAPHER HOSPITALIZED AFTER TAKING BRUTAL HIT DURING GEORGIA-AUBURN GAME
It happened during a second quarter, with Georgia heading 7-0 in a game, played during Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Ala.
After Georgia using behind Brian Herrien ran out of end on a play, chased by Auburn linebacker K.J. Britt, Herrien incidentally knocked over a photographer, after identified as Chamberlain Smith from a University of Georgia, who immediately fell over and mislaid consciousness.
While play was stopped as medical staff and others assisted a woman, Danielson was listened chuckling during a play, and ostensible some-more endangered about a players than a harmed woman.
Gary Danielson of CBS Sports took critique on amicable media Saturday for comments during a Georgia Auburn college football game. (CBS Sports)
“Britt gets up, he’s fine. Herrien’s fine,” Danielson says during one point.
“The chairman Herrien ran into is not,” his promote partner Brad Nessler points out.
“Heh, heh, is not,” Danielson adds, chuckling.
Later, Danielson, 68, who played college round during Purdue and after played in a NFL for a Detroit Lions and Cleveland Browns, speculates a lady might have been gnawing photos during a time and unknowingly Herrien was headed toward her. Some of amicable media commented that a acknowledgement seemed inappropriate, as if Danielson were blaming a woman.
Generally, amicable media posts suggested many viewers saw no amusement in a conditions — with some asserting that even Nessler seemed angry during Danielson’s comments.
CBS Sports even tweeted “whoops” when a Auburn dais fell over, promulgation some players descending over backward.
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Later, Jamie Erdahl Buckman of CBS Sports posted “good news” on Twitter, that photgrapher Smith was approaching to be expelled from a sanatorium after in a evening.