Liberty’s Punter Gets Ejected For Targeting After Diving Headfirst Like A Human Torpedo While Attempting To Tackle Someone

Targeting is one of the most controversial rules in college football as it allows refs to eject players if they forcibly hit their opponent with the crown of their helmet or if they hit their opponent in the head/neck area.

There was no controversy during Saturday’s game between Liberty and Army when Liberty’s punter Aidan Alves came flying in head first like a mad man when attempting to make a tackle.

Alves was promptly ejected for the failed tackling attempt and got instantly roasted by Pat McAfee and the rest of the Internet.

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