As both a college football player and an NFL player, Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott was great on his feet. As a result, the cornerback/safety got voted to the NFL Pro Bowl on 10 different occasions, won four Super Bowls, and was ranked as the No. 11 NFL player of all time by NFL.com in 2010. But apparently, Lott was much better putting in work on his feet back in the day than he is sitting on his behind today.
Late Saturday night, Lott—who is currently serving as an analyst for the Pac-12 Network—was making a point following the Nevada/UCLA game when he leaned back and accidentally fell out of his chair on live TV. He got right up and appeared to be fine and even went on to finish the point that he was making. But check out the reaction of the guys working alongside of Lott that night. Where's the concern?! Where's the helping hand?! Where's the "Hey, bro, you good?"?!
Oh, who are we kidding? This was hilarious, so we don't blame them one bit for laughing at Lott's expense. We're glad that he's okay. But maybe he should stick to standing at the analysts' desk from now on.
[via Eye on College Football]