Originally posted on NESN.com  |  Last updated 7/4/13
Ermon Lane knows how to break a tackle. FOX Sports reporter Amy Campbell probably just wishes he didn’t practice the skill at her expense. Campbell was on the wrong side of a hit (pun intended) this week when she visited Beaverton, Ore., to film a high school football recruiting competition. She and her colleague, Chad Simmons, set up near the field to chat all things high school football, but they were apparently a bit too close to the end zone, where Lane was looking to make some paydirt. Lane, a 6-foot-3, 193-pound receiver out of Homestead, Fla., pulled in a touchdown grab and kept going, smashing into Campbell as Simmons tried to break their fall. The best part of the sequence had to be when Lane’s shadow could be seen ominously — albeit speedily — approaching. Thanks to the magic of Twitter, however, it sounds like Campbell and Lane are on good terms after the bulldozing. Still friends! @_moneylane http://t.co/RyGNo18W3b— Amy Campbell (@MsAmyCampbell) July 04, 2013 Check out the big hit in the video below. Photo of the Day Jonny Gomes has this thing for walk-offs. Tweet of the Day Derek Jeter is back at major league games. Well, now we have two favorite Derek Jeters. http://t.co/tfVaUXgyQh—   (@Cut4) July 04, 2013 Video of the Day Max Scherzer, folks. 13-0. Your browser does not support iframes.

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