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Watch the Usually Routine Touchdown Celebration That Ended This WR’s Season


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Credit: USA Today Sports

Football players – at the high school, collegiate and professional levels – routinely celebrate touchdown scores in a variety of ways. One popular celebration is known as the “air bump,” where players jump into the air and literally bump bodies.

In a freak injury on Saturday, an “air bump” celebration actually ended Georgia wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell’s season during his team's week one matchup against Clemson. The player, who was congratulating running back Todd Gurley’s 75-yard touchdown, landed awkwardly and tore his ACL.

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