In the 1954 Cotton Bowl, Tommy Lewis of Alabama ran off the sidelines onto the field to tackle Dickie Maegle of Rice as Maegle was in the clear and headed for a TD.
Click on the 'Tommy Lewis Tackle' link below to see a video of the play.
To become a football player you must have hearts and balls and lots of it. so the main way to become a football player is to lose all fear and leave it off the feild.
No, I don't think so.
No. After subbing, a player is "burned", but may still sit in the bench. If he's red carded, he must leave the playing ground completely.
In high school, the ruling is that any player that leaves the bench to participate in a fight, whether it is to help or harm, the player is to be ejected.
He was being bullied, harassed and threatened by a football player and didn't feel safe in his school.
The football player girlfriend doesn't want him to leave from the bed.
No he knocks her out and leave her on a bench
No, the player can continue on playing. But if the injury was serious enough for play to stop, they usually will go to the bench, if only for a moment, before returning.
If it starts to rust then it most definately will leave a rust mark on the concrete.
Yes. It isn't football where the player can simply go to the sidelines and get checked on. They take him/her to the locker room and they can return at anytime.
depends if your bench warmer your ods of getting hurt are alot less.. if you play wide receiver your most likely leave with a 40 year old gay black man your gonna get hurt