Hawaii Assistant Coach Broke Wrist And Dislocated Elbow After Chest Bumping 6'7, 300 Pound Defensive Lineman

September is full of mistakes in college football. Most of those mistakes are made by players in the midst of competition, but if you are looking for an example of a coach getting eaten up by the September blues look no further than Hawaii’s LB coach, Sean Duggan:

Last night on “The Nick Rolovich Show,” which I’m sure you tuned into live, the Rainbow Warriors head coach discussed the injury:

SEC Country-During the Rainbow Warriors’ 41-18 win over Western Carolina last Saturday, there were points when Duggan was understandably quite excited about what was transpiring on the field. But at one point, when Hawaii blocked a punt, Duggan may have taken it just one step too far.

He tried to chest bump defensive lineman Viane Moala, who is listed at 6-foot-7, 270 pounds.

“I’ve never seen anything like it,” said Rolovich, Hawaii’s head coach, per Hawaii News Now. “You advise against chest-bumping a 6-foot-7, 300lb. Tongan. That’s just — as a new haole guy on the island, that’s just not something you should make a habit,”

Here is a picture of Moala:

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Yeah, you shouldn’t be chest bumping a monster like that or you’ll end up flying through the air like this:

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I have to respect Coach Duggan going all out for this celebration, though. Who cares if you are playing Western Carolina who was FCS in a conference you’ve never heard of? CHEST BUMPS FOR ALL.

Also, if you were looking for Duggan after realizing he had a serious injury, I hope you checked the sideline:

He apparently had to have surgery yesterday, but will not be missing any action as the Rainbow Warriors try to shock the UCLA Bruins this weekend:

CBS Sports-According to Hawaii News Now, Duggan will be with the team during Saturday’s game against UCLA at the Rose Bowl — sling and all.

Duggan is shooting up #FootballGuy power rankings EVERYWHERE for this all-around performance. He’ll have to continue similar antics if he wants to be the biggest football guy on his team, though. Being ranked above a guy who took away his own team’s bench to send a message is going to be a tough task:

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