American football

Video: Western Kentucky Players Tripping Over Each Other is Hilarious Viewing

Video: Western Kentucky Players Tripping Over Each Other is Hilarious Viewing

Western Kentucky started their college football season on Thursday night with a resounding 46-14 victory over Rice… at least that’s what the team will want you to focus on.

Yes, while the team may have looked dominant on the field, as the Hilltoppers made their entrance before the game, they looked anything but dominant off it.

One unlucky player appears to lose his balance and trip as the team enters the field from the tunnel, causing a mass stampede of falling football players.

The end product?

Well, it resembles a scene which wouldn’t look out of place on an episode of You’ve Been Framed:

[youtube id=”QJ-2Df54oVA” align=”center” maxwidth=”680″]

To make matters worse for the Kentucky players, WBKO-TV sports anchor Dominique Yates managed to Tweet the footage to his followers:

 

 

It’s kind of hard to strike fear into your opponents when you can’t even get onto the field without falling on your backside…

Then again, maybe the pre-match embarrassment spurred the players on?

American football
@StuartHynd

Staff Editor

More in American football

Legal Tampering Period Begins

J.K. McMillenMarch 13, 2018

NFC Wild Card Preview

J.K. McMillenJanuary 6, 2018

Report: Jon Gruden Returning to Coach Raiders Under Massive Contract

J.K. McMillenJanuary 5, 2018
Caleb Kidder

Patriots ink veteran WR Tony Washington and rookie DE Caleb Kidder

Peter ElliottJuly 27, 2017
Andrew Hawkins - Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Veteran receiver Andrew Hawkins announces retirement from NFL after six seasons

Peter ElliottJuly 27, 2017

NFL Draft Recap: AFC East

J.K. McMillenMay 25, 2017
Dan Skuta Chicago Bears

Bears Bulletin: Chicago inks veteran linebacker Dan Skuta to one-year deal

Peter ElliottMay 17, 2017
Miquiyah Zamora

Eastern Washington’s Miquiyah Zamora talks Draft hopes, Pro Day performance

Peter ElliottApril 15, 2017
John Jenkins

Bears Bulletin: Chicago signs free agent defensive lineman John Jenkins to one-year pact

Peter ElliottMarch 19, 2017