The Eastern Michigan Eagles came up with a creative way to run out of their tunnel in their season opener against the Morgan State Bears on Saturday, but things didn't quite work out according to plan.
While most of the players waited in the tunnel, several Eagles players were given sledgehammers to smash down a cinder block wall. Unfortunately, knocking the wall down proved to be far more difficult than they might have imagined, as you can see above.
It wasn't all bad for the Eagles, though. Despite the entrance fiasco, they went on to beat the Bears, 31-28.