One unlucky Syracuse fan is dealing with some unplanned immobility after breaking both of his legs while attempting to storm the field after the Clemson game. As most are likely aware, the Orange knocked off the No. 2 team in the nation last Friday night in what was the biggest upset of the 2017 season. After the 27-24 victory, fans of the Orange stormed the field en masse to celebrate with their team, and, like Dino Babers’ post-game speech, it was truly a glorious sight to behold. Unless your name is Justin Heath, who broke both his legs while leaping over the railing to join the celebration. He’s gotten some support from fellow Syracuse fans since the unfortunate accident in the form of a GoFundMe page. “Justin took a tumble while attempting to celebrate with fans after Syracuse’s upset of Clemson with hundreds of ecstatic Cuse fans. Unfortunately, while hopping over the railing on the way down to the turf he was pushed. Upon impact with the turf his right ankle was completely crushed, his left kneecap was displaced and he broke both legs. After two surgeries that included rods, plates and pins, Justin is likely to be out of work for 3-6 months.”