Originally posted on Fox Sports Wisconsin  |  Last updated 12/30/11
LOS ANGELES Oregon running back LaMichael James kicked up quite a humorous stir around the Internet this week after folks got a look at his photo while riding Disneyland's Space Mountain roller coaster. The picture, posted to teammate Kenjon Barner's Twitter account, shows James looking scared while looping around the roller coaster at the so-called happiest place on earth. Given that James rushed for 1,646 yards and 17 touchdowns this season, we were wondering if the Badgers had seen the photo and whether they were a little less scared of James after seeing the fear in his eyes. Cornerback Marcus Cromartie: "It was funny. I can't blame him. I used to be scared of heights myself back in the day. My girlfriend took me to Six Flags this past summer and she made me ride all the rides. After going to Six Flags, Space Mountain wasn't that bad. But that was a funny picture, though. I figure tackling him is going to be hard all the same." Running back James White: "(Laughs) Yeah I saw it last night. It's pretty funny. Does it make him less scary? I guess so." Linebacker Chris Borland: "I don't think that changes his speed or cutting ability. I don't know if he was serious or not. Maybe he was just kidding around. I'm not going to look too much into that." Follow Jesse Temple on Twitter
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