Utah State’s touchdown celebration needs work

Blair Johnson
Yahoo! Sports Minute Blog
Utah State’s touchdown celebration needs work
Utah State’s touchdown celebration needs work

Utah State wide receiver Bruce Natson was recruited by former Aggies head coach Gary Andersen out of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. And while Andersen left Logan to replace Bret Bielema at the University of Wisconsin, Natson remains - all 5-foot-7 and 151 pounds of him. But when the undersized wideout tried to organize a touchdown celebration during a recent scrimmage, it didn't quite go as planned.

The true sophomore caught a pass by junior quarterback Chuckie Keeton then got together with his offensive linemen. That's when the trouble began. Natson was lifted up by fifth-year senior Eric Schultz — only to have his 6-4, 300-pound teammate drop him! Schultz seemed apologetic for the gaffe while Natson could only raise his arms in a "What do I have to do?!"-type expression.

Moving to baseball, New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez was beaned by Boston Red Sox pitcher Ryan Demptster for an interesting reason. A-Rod then hit a 446-foot blast to deep center that was the longest home run of the season by a Yankee. New York beat Boston 9-6 in comeback fashion.

Finally, Miami Dolphins tight end Dustin Keller is done for 2013. The former Jet — who gambled on a big season — blew out his knee in a preseason game against the Houston Texans Saturday night.

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