Some of these kinds of stories need a big preamble in order to set up and explain what the reader is about to see.
That will not be necessary here.
Pretty straightforward: During last weekend's Colorado-New Hampshire football game, the Colorado Buffaloes mascot, Chip the Buffalo, had the t-shirt gun pointed the wrong way. Result: The t-shirt hit Chip in a very tender spot. He proceeded to collapse to the ground and was later carted off the field.
I AM DYING pic.twitter.com/VEX3GVz4ia
— Josh Parcell (@JoshParcell) September 19, 2018
Something you don't see every day: Chip the Buffalo's t-shirt gun malfunctioned and he had to be carted off the field! Never took his head off though... respect the commitment #footballguy pic.twitter.com/qi0lrPM4Dk
— Lindsay Joy (@LindsayJoyTV) September 15, 2018
Silver lining for Chip: Colorado won the game 45-14. And after the game, Chip took to Twitter to assure fans he's OK.
I’m good guys! Thanks for all the love ❤️ pic.twitter.com/VK9vKm8xvM
— Chip the Buffalo (@Chipthebuffalo) September 15, 2018