STANFORD, Calif. (AP) The bench press started like every other one Josh Nunes had done throughout his Stanford career.
As he lifted the weight above his chest, the former starting quarterback thought he felt his right shoulder pop. The weight crashed down violently on his upper body, and his spotter quickly pulled the bar off.
Remarkably, Nunes gathered himself enough to sit up. He looked down and, for a moment, figured he'd be fine - until he saw a growing gap between his right chest muscle and the bone in his right shoulder.