By: Evan Jankens
There are plenty of ways to get an advantage in a sporting event when the referee isn’t looking. Just don’t get caught on camera.READ MORE: Michigan Matters: From Mackinac to Motor Bella, Major Events Return
For example, when I played basketball back in the day my coach had always told me to step on the opposing player’s feet while boxing out so he couldn’t jump. It was a cheap move, but it worked.
That takes me to a story in Los Angeles, Calif., where one kid allegedly took competition to a whole new — and dangerous — level. A football player from Salesian High School is being accused of rubbing Icy-Hot on another player’s face.
I don’t know if you have ever used Icy-Hot before, but if it did wind up in your eyes, it would burn severely to say the least.READ MORE: Rolling Stone Magazine Named ‘Respect’ #1 Song Of All Time
According to CBSLA.com:
The incident was actually caught on video as well when the La Canada team took on Salesian High School.
Allegedly, a Salesian player reached under Salazar’s face mask and smeared a heat-rub substance on the teen’s face.MORE NEWS: Fourth Stimulus Check: Will You See Another Relief Payment Soon?
I have no idea where the player was keeping the Icy-Hot, but this player really should be banned from playing another snap for that high school in my opinion. What do you think?