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This segment is called “When Celebrating A Touchdown Early Goes Wrong,” but is there any good time to celebrate a touchdown early? The answer is no, and Chris Williams of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats knows that now. This would have been Williams’ fourth return for touchdown this season — instead, it’s a 116-yard screw up.
On August 22, Dom Wilgus, a high school junior-to-be from Ohio, died in a car accident. Among the many devastated at such a young life getting taken away were two football-playing friends of Wilgus’ at Louisville (Oh.) High. One of them, Alex Schooley, scored a late touchdown in Louisville’s season opener on Friday, putting the team ahead 26-24. Schooley and teammate Gavin Lovejoy celebrated the score by pointing at the sky in honor of their deceased friend, a classy, poignant gesture…that earned them an excessive celebration penalty.
Prior to last night’s game, Terrell Owens sat down to discuss his touchdown celebration history with Jon Gruden, so it was no surprise that T.O. whipped out this special move for his 150th career touchdown celebration.