ISU’s Brock Spack On Crutches to Start Season


Seeing players on crutches isn’t unusual.

Seeing the football coach on crutches? ISU’s Brock Spack had surgery to repair a ruptured hamstring and is on crutches for the next few weeks.

“I think it’s funny,” said ISU receiver Anthony Warrum. “He always gives us the warning when we are going out to the lake for the Fourth and stuff. Stay away from things that are going to hurt you and he’s the only one that came back with an injury.”

Spack suffered the injury while skiing over the July 4th weekend.

“It is absolutely the worst injury I’ve ever had in all the years I played football,” said Spack. “I’m too old. I need to stop. I need to stay in the boat, drive the boat, be a teacher. Don’t be a skier anymore.”

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