Quincy Acy Injury: 'He Said It Was His Buttocks'

Quincy Acy suffered an injury to his buttocks in Baylor's Elite 8 matchup vs. Kentucky on Sunday. What followed was perhaps the most important injury update in the history of sports. Video after the jump.

(And of course, if you're older than seven, there is plenty of actual sports news at our NCAA Tournament 2012 hub.)

First off, congratulations on making the correct decision to continue through to the jump. Your courage will be rewarded:


Here's the transcript (to be considered for admission into the Smithsonian) blockquoted for posterity.

"Quincy Acy came off during that break, he said it was his buttocks. They spent some time on the sideline stretching him out; he continues to stretch. Expect him to return ..."

This really puts the Anthony Davis knee injury in perspective. At least he still has his buttocks.

For more on the 2012 NCAA Tournament bracket, stick around SB Nation's NCAA Tournament hub. There you'll find a complete printable NCAA Tournament bracket and tons of analysis on who was snubbed, who got the best bracket and who will make it all the way to New Orleans and the Final Four.

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