It was championship weekend in college football over the past few days, leaving the regular season in the rearview mirror and the upcoming bowl games and College Football Playoffs in the near future.
And while, for the most part, fans got solid games to watch as teams battled for their respective conference titles, an incident occurred in the game between San Diego State and Wyoming that would rather be forgotten about—especially for officials in the Mountain West Championship Game.
Flying nut punchhttps://t.co/D2jBv63sVT— BLACK ADAM SCHEFTER (@B1ackSchefter) December 4, 2016
Flying nut punchhttps://t.co/D2jBv63sVT
As the video shows, San Diego State player Noble Hall clearly nails Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen in the man parts—right in front of the ref—yet, somehow, avoided any sort of punishment.
One doesn't need 20/20 vision to see that Hall should have at least gotten some sort of discipline—especially because, dude, no man's balls are ever free to smack around.
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