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Report: Two USC fans went into cardiac arrest, one broke leg storming field

ambulance coliseum

Thousands of USC fans stormed the field at the Coliseum following the Trojans’ 20-17 win over Stanford on Saturday night, and there were some medical consequences.

KABC in Los Angeles reported after the game that two ambulances left the Coliseum to transport fans who had medical problems. ABC’s Curt Sandoval said “two people went into cardiac arrest on the field.” He also reported that another person broke their leg.

Here’s a look at the wild scene on the field after the win:

After looking at that mess of people, it’s easy to see how someone would have broken a leg or worse … had a heart attack.

GIF via SB Nation

Carson Palmer Tailgated at the USC Game

It’s really sad it has come to Carson Palmer tailgating in Los Angeles while his Bengals team is in Denver preparing for a game. Carson’s only 31 and still fully capable of quarterbacking a team to third in its division. That’s what he should be doing, not sipping Tecates (or Coke?) at USC tailgates.

At least he chose a good game to attend — the Trojans beat Syracuse 38-17. And if you thought Palmer just went to USC but wasn’t a hardcore fan, you were wrong. He wears his Trojan pride on his head.

Picture Credit: USC Psycho, via One Mo Thing