St. Bonaventure coach falls off scooter during postgame handshakes

This is probably isn't a play that Mark Schmidt drew up.

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Sometimes, the headline says it all.

St. Bonaventure men’s basketball coach Mark Schmidt has a leg injury that’s forced him to a little scooter thingy in order to get around. Despite that limitation, he coached the Bonnies to an Atlantic 10 win on Saturday on the road against UMass.

However, as Schmidt rolled down the sideline in front of the scorer’s table to shake hands with the UMass coaching staff, he ran into some trouble. Schmidt’s scooter appeared to get caught on the sticky tape players use to add traction to their sneakers, and well, he took a tumble.

"Ut-oh. Ut-oh." Hopefully he didn’t injure himself further with the crash.


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