Found August 13, 2013 on The Sports Bank:
Michigan State nose tackle Micajah Reynolds helped save the life of a man who sustained multiple gunshot wounds. Reynolds was on his way home when he was flagged down by an 18 year old Lansing male who collapsed to the ground. The Michigan State senior DL held the man and applied pressure to his wounds while waiting for paramedics. Reynolds said he was driving home when he turned his vehicle around to aid the victim of three gunshot wounds. “The streets were pitch-black, and nobody was around in the street late at night,” Reynolds said to M Live. “He was bleeding out all over me. It was wild. “I’m trying to keep him awake the whole time. He’s telling me, ‘I’m going to die. It’s over.’ I’m like, ‘Bro, you’re sitting here talking to me. You’re going to be OK.’ I was trying to downplay it, but it was pretty bad.” The teenager lost an eye, but is fully expected to survive from the incident. Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi tweeted the next day that the 6-5, 307 li
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