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Dirty Tackle

College player nails opponent in the head twice with successive throw-in attempts

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Dirty Tackle

Fans of hilarious throw-ins will forever savor this tour de force of fail from the NESCAC 2012 women's college soccer playoff between Amherst and Colby.

After accidentally catching a rival on the back of the head with her throw, the Amherst player launches a second attempt with Rory Delap levels of vigor.  Right into the same opponent's kisser.

She receives a yellow card for her over-zealous throwing, and a jeer of  "way to waste time!" from a spectator who must know something about time-wasting that we don't.

Video: Barstool Sports

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