If you've watched football games then you'll see a common celebration by players and coaches. After a big play, the player will jump high in the air, make contact with another person who is also jumping in the air, and they both come back down to the ground. Following a blocked kick last weekend against Western Carolina, linebackers coach Sean Duggan did that celebration with one of his players, but it ended up horribly. According to Hawaii News Now, Duggan suffered pretty bad injuries including a dislocated elbow and a fractured wrist.
Hawaii football coach severely injured himself by celebrating a blocked kick
Sporting News - NCAAF | Sep 7