Nick O'Leary, grandson of golf legend Jack Nicklaus and starting tight end for the Florida State Seminoles, received a rather brutal lesson in the laws of physics. An inattentive Lexus driver pulled out in front of the FSU player while he was traveling along on his motorcycle. The resulting collision ejected O'Leary from his bike, sending him sailing down the road for an estimated 75 to 100 feet, and the whole thing was captured on video.
The motorcycle got the worst of the ordeal, fortunately. After the collision, it was catapulted into the windshield of a stopped bus. No one was injured in the Lexus or on the bus, which captured the footage, although one passenger was very lucky that he didn't get off the bus a few seconds sooner. O'Leary, meanwhile, walked away, but was later taken to the hospital, treated for non-life-threatening injuries and released.
While the accident happened at the beginning of May, the incident is just coming to light thanks to a report from TomahawkNation, which made a public records request. Florida State's football coach, Jimbo Fisher, told the sports website, "he wrecked that daggone scooter and was banged up for about a month." Yes, this is exactly the statement we'd expect from a southern-fried ball coach named Jimbo. Take a look at the full video below.