Miami player gets roasted for most embarrassing play of Week 3 against Michigan State
The Miami Hurricanes aren’t back, and in fact, Miami may lose again Saturday against Michigan State.
The Spartans lead the Hurricanes 17-14 late in the third quarter; however, one of the biggest stories of the game so far is Miami safety Gurvan Hall, Jr. for all the wrong reasons.
Hall looked like he was going to make a tackle on the Spartans wide receiver; however, he unbelievable elected to hit the blocker as opposed to make the tackle against the receiver. It looks like a video game glitch.
Check this out:
The worst play by a safety in football history. I couldn’t believe it when it happened and still can’t. Take that number back. pic.twitter.com/wEu3bos6DT
— Ray Haines (@rhaines725) September 18, 2021
Hall if also wearing the great Sean Taylor’s number, too, and fans were absolutely crushing Hall after that non-tackle play.
This the type of stuff that’ll get your scholarship pulled https://t.co/1Ni4fbk9JO
— KD (@kdt_19) September 18, 2021
— Ok🐿1-0 (@Goatstatusjuuu) September 18, 2021
Who let this man wear 2-6? https://t.co/Cmh8QCGgLT
— Living Great Gatsby (@NoleLuckNeeded) September 18, 2021
Lmao WHAT? https://t.co/exrM1PbRYe
— gizmo🦁 (@Jays1of1) September 18, 2021
— J. Coleman (@Jellybean_kaang) September 18, 2021
When you’re playing madden and it switches to the wrong defender https://t.co/txWRdUwPho
— Ryan (@Ryanmcc09) September 18, 2021