Gary CBS Sports's Danielson has spent nearly two decades playing college and professional football – so he's well aware of the potential effects of a brutal network hit.
But Danielson was startled and angered by many spectators on Saturday with his reactions after a photographer hit the grass on the sidelines of the Georgia-Auburn game, for which Danielson commented.
A PHOTOGRAPHER HOSPITALIZED AFTER TAKING A BRUTAL HIT TO THE GEORGIA-AUBURAN GAME
It happened in the second quarter, with Georgia leading 7-0 in the game played at Jordan Stadium, Haar-Ha.
After Georgia backtracked, Brian Herrien ran out of play, pursued by Auburn linebacker KJ Brit, Harien accidentally knocked down a photographer, later identified as Chamberlain Smith of the University of Georgia, who immediately fell and lost consciousness.
While the game was stopped as medical staff and others assisted the woman, Danielson was heard laughing. game and seems more concerned about the players than the injured woman.
"Brit is getting better, he's fine. Herrien's fine, ”says Danielson at one point.
"The person encountered by Harien is not," points out his partner, Brad Nessler.
"Hey, hey, it's not," Danielson adds and chuckles.  Later, Danielson, 68, who played at Purdue College Ball and later played in the NFL for the Detroit Lions and Cleveland Browns, speculated that the woman may have taken pictures at that time and did not know that Harien was heading for her. Some social media commenters say the remark seems inappropriate, as if Danielson blamed the woman.
In general, social media posts suggest that most viewers do not see the humor in the situation – with some remarks that even Nessler seemed annoyed by Danielson's comments.
CBS Sports even tweeted "Whips" when the Auburn bench fell, sending some players to fall back.
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Later Jamie Erdal Buckman of CBS Sports posted "good news" on Twitter, this photographer Smith was expected to be released from the hospital later tonight.