College football coaches often come up with creative ways to rile players up right before games. New Eastern Michigan head coach Chris Creighton might have tried a bit too hard on Saturday.
Eastern Michigan’s players, armed with three sledgehammers, had to take down a six-foot tall cinder block fortress before taking the field. It took the guys over 20 swings to knock it down.
I’m honestly surprised nobody got hurt doing this.
Eastern Michigan did win its game against Morgan State. New weekly tradition?