Pam Oliver takes Chandler Harnish football to face

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#3 Aug 20, 2013
Liberal PineHead wrote:
This throw had racism written all over it.
"Pam Oliver, FOX's NFL sideline reporter, is a pro's pro. And if you don't believe me, just take a look at the way she handled getting hit in the face by a football on TV Sunday night.
Oliver, doing pregame work on the sideline before Colts-Giants, was the victim of an errant (?) throw by Indianapolis backup-to-the-backup quarterback Chandler Harnish."
The result was a football to the FACE.
Will Chandler be charged with a hate crime?

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