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San Jose State’s punter, Harrison Waid, just got ejected from SJSU’s game against Minnesota for freaking out after taking a block at the end of a play late in the game. This isn’t the first time Waid has lost his mind. Seems like he’s got enough crazy inside him to make Chris Kluwe proud. [Hustle Belt] The post San Jose State’s punter is a psychopath appeared first on The Nosebleeds.
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San Jose State punter Harrison Waid, called on for an onside kick Saturday against Minnesota, wound up getting knocked down and subsequently ejected for picking a fight with pretty much the entire Gopher team.
Hey, who said punters were afraid to mix it up?
But Minnesota did the butt-kicking with a 43-24 win .
Have you ever seen a punter ejected for fighting before? Well, today is your lucky day.
Late in the fourth quarter against Minnesota, San Jose State punter Harrison Waid got lit up on an onside kick. Waid took exception to the hit, thinking it was out of line, and immediately retaliated, causing a scrum between the two teams.
Harrison Waid should really learn to pick on guys his own size.
The San Jose State punter was ejected from Saturday’s contest against Minnesota after the 6-foot-1, 183-pound Spartan started a fight with a Minnesota player that quickly escalated to involving multiple members from both teams. Waid entered the game for an onside kick and ran down the field in a hurry after his effort...
San Jose State punter Harrison Waid got rocked by a Minnesota special teamer. He then got up, got into a fight, and was ejected.
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Minnesota came into this game against San Jose State knowing the Spartans could score points quickly and often. The Gophers game plan was to run the ball, run it again and run it even some more. They dominated the time of possession and did enough on defense to win the game 43-24.
Minneapolis, M.N. - Minnesota came in 3-0, but had to face a very tough San Jose State team that had a top quarterback and explosive offense. The Gophers were not worried and out muscled the Spartans on the ground to win easily 43-24.