A view of sports and the world of sports from a southern perspective.
Monday, September 17, 2012
D.J. Swearinger: Helmet-to-Helmet
When the so-called experts say certain collisions are the equivalent of an automobile traveling at X miles per hour and hitting another moving object, I would like to know what the equivalent would be for Swearinger's hit. This is a good example of why football is trying to protect defenseless receivers. This hit, along with the one by Ole Miss' Trae Elston, will rattle your teeth just watching them.