Miami's Kendrick Norton Plays Guitar on Florida State QB James Blackman's Leg

Andrew Gould@AndrewGould4Featured ColumnistOctober 7, 2017

Air guitar is a popular pastime. Miami's Kendrick Norton added a new wrinkle to the fun by inventing leg guitar.

After sacking James Blackman, the Hurricanes defensive tackle used the Florida State quarterback's leg as a prop. He's lucky not to have been penalized for taunting or unsportsmanlike conduct, but there's no rule that says a player can't use an opponent as a make-believe musical instrument.

Norton probably would have run into more trouble for suggestively dancing to his imaginary solo.

[Tim Reynolds]

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