Andrew Luck got lit up by Nick Perry as he dropped back to pass, violently snapping his head back and causing a fumble. The turnover was nullified, though, because Perry was called for the unnecessary roughness penalty on the hit. By application of rule, a correct call, as the crown of the helmet cannot hit the quarterback anywhere, so it is irrelevant as to whether the helmets collided or not.
Nice grade point average.
Peyton Manning is Lucky Social Media Wasn't Around in 1996 When He Allegedly Sat on a Female Trainer's Face
The trainer settled with the University in 1997 and left Knoxville.
Probably will prompt more questions than answers.
The next day he allegedly threw a shoe at their son.
The rout is on.